Partnership conferences and events

We attend, partner and exhibit at a number of conferences and events throughout the year. Learn more about the conferences we have coming up this year.

Conference stand for partnership events


NICON 
16 – 17 May, Belfast, UK

The theme for NICON this year is 'Leading From The Edge Transforming Our System – Together, and is set in the context of the roll-out of Health and Wellbeing - delivering together.

We will be attending with a stand and will have information about all our services.  


Church of Ireland General Synod 2019 
16 – 18 May, Derry, UK

Faith leaders from all over Ireland will attend this conference.

We will have a stand with information on our national services, and will be giving guidance to the faith community on how they can best support people with dementia to remain a part of their local faith communities.


Alzheimer Scotland Annual Conference
3 June, EICC Edinburgh, UK

Alzheimer Scotland Annual Conference will delve into the advances of current dementia research and explore the innovative support available to provide better care for people living with dementia today.

Visit Alzheimer’s Society exhibition stand to learn about our research network and other research activity.
 

Women Deliver
3 - 6 June, Vancouver, Canada

Women Deliver is the world’s largest conference on gender equality and the health, rights, and wellbeing of girls and women. 

Amy Little will be speaking on a panel discussion titled 'A Global Health Tsunami: Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs)', which will explore the different aspects of NCDs such as dementia that are specific to, or experienced differently by, girls and women. 


WI AGM
5 June, Bournemouth, UK

We will be exhibiting at the Women's Institute's annual general meeting this year. We'll be promoting our latest campaigns, our dementia friends movement, and our support services. 

Come and join us to find out more. 


Lewy Body UK
7 June, Newcastle University, UK

This is the inaugural meeting of Lewy Body UK, and aims to bring together clinicians and researchers working on Lewy body diseases. 

Come and visit us at our stand to find out more about the research we are undertaking as well as the support that we can offer . 


The Alzheimer’s Show
7 - 8 June, London Olympia, UK

The Alzheimer’s Show is the UK’s leading event for families, carers, healthcare professionals and those living with Alzheimer’s, dementia or memory loss. The two-day conference and exhibition is designed to provide help, resources, information and advice, as well as showcasing the latest and best products and services.

You can visit Alzheimer’s Society's exhibition stand to speak to one of our Dementia Advisers, hear more about our campaigns, learn more about our services and find out how you can be involved in our work uniting against dementia. 

To book tickets at an exclusive rate for supporters of Alzheimer’s Society visit www.alzheimersshow.co.uk and use the code ASOC19. People living with dementia can attend free of charge. 


NHS Confed
19 - 20 June, Manchester Central, UK

The NHS Confederation's annual conference brings together thousands of healthcare leaders in one place.

We will be speaking on a panel on day 2, titled 'Meeting the digital workforce challenge', and will discuss how our new service Dementia Connect fits into this. 


UCL Neuroscience Symposium
21 June, London, UK

Celebrating its 10th year in 2019, the UCL Neuroscience Symposium gives an opportunity to find out more about the latest research in neuroscience at UCL.

Alzheimer's Society are one of the official partners of the symposium and will be present with a stand, offering information on our support and research.


Housing 2019
25 - 27 June, Manchester Central, UK

Housing 2019 is Europe's largest housing festival. It Celebrating its 10th year in 2019, the UCL Neuroscience Symposium gives an opportunity to find out more about the latest research in neuroscience at UCL.

Alzheimer's Society are one of the official partners of the symposium and will be present with a stand, offering information on our support and research.

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