Partnership conferences and events

We attend, partner and exhibit at a number of conferences and events throughout the year. Learn more about the conferences and events we are attending in 2022. 

Please note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all dates listed here are subject to change, in line with the latest advice from the government and Public Health England.

Care Roadshow

10 May 2022, Liverpool

This spring, Alzheimer’s Society are joining the Care Roadshows, a series of free regional care events throughout the UK for care homeowners, care managers and all those within the healthcare sector.

We’ll be there advocating on behalf of people affected by dementia, sharing our training, e-learning, and consultancy products to make sure that people living with dementia in care home settings receive the best person-centred care.

Health Plus Care

18-19 May 2022, London

Gavin Terry, Head of Policy will deliver a talk at the Health Plus Care conference, on Building the Dementia Pathway in the aftermath of COVID-19.

This event is intended for senior healthcare managers and clinicians and speaking gives Alzheimer’s Society the opportunity to influence this key audience, explaining the impact of COVID-19 on people affected by dementia and what the health and care sector needs to do going forward.

Kent and Medway Dementia Diagnosis and Showcase Conference (Joint event)

20 May 2022, Kent

Registration is now open for the Kent and Medway Dementia Diagnosis and Showcase Conference, produced in partnership with Alzheimer's Society and KMPT. This year, Dementia Action Week is addressing the need for a timely diagnosis. Join us in person for a series of sessions examining dementia diagnosis opportunities and challenges across Kent and Medway. The conference will bring together a range of delegates, from Adult Social Care and Health professionals, GPs, Practice Managers, people living with dementia, carers and other local partners.

We will come to understand, discuss and celebrate key pieces of work taking place as part of the Kent and Medway Dementia Strategy to improve the diagnosis pathway. 

Location: Holiday Inn Maidstone – Sevenoaks, London Road, Wrotham Heath, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN15 7RS

Time: 9.30am to 4pm. Lunch will be provided.

If you've any questions, please send an email to Daisy Banwell (Regional Public Affairs and Campaigns Officer) at [email protected]

Dementia United and Alzheimer’s Society (Joint event)

6 June 2022, Manchester

We’re working in partnership with a Lived Experience Steering Group in Greater Manchester and Dementia United on a joint conference on 6 June 2022 - 'Living well with Dementia in Greater Manchester: Join us, we need each other'.

The event will be an opportunity for Andy Burnham, the Mayor of Greater Manchester, to acknowledge the impact the pandemic has had on people affected by dementia and to celebrate the successes and good work regarding dementia that have happened across Greater Manchester since 2017, as well as discussing what the priorities are for the future.

The event will be held at a central Manchester venue and virtually. 

Kate Lee, Chief Executive of Alzheimer’s Society will also make an address. 

Alzheimer’s Disease International Conference

9 - 11 June 2022, London

Join us at the 35th Global Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International in London and online. The longest-running international conference on dementia, attracting over 1,000 delegates from all corners of the world.

The conference boasts an international range of keynote speakers and oral and poster presenters, whose talks report on the latest advances in each of the 7 action areas of the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) Global action plan on dementia.

Early bird discounts are available.

NHS Confed Expo 2022

15 – 16 June 2022, Liverpool

In June, Alzheimer’s Society staff will be at the significant event, NHS Confed Expo 2022 which draws together the NHS Confederation, NHS England and NHS Improvement healthcare leaders and their teams.

In a year that the NHS is working to overcome the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be there with the latest updates on tackling dementia, and how the NHS can support those with the disease.

Care and Occupational Therapy Show (COTTS)

21 June 2022, Westpoint, Exeter

For the first time, Alzheimer’s Society is attending COTTS. This annual care home, domiciliary care and occupational therapy show is the biggest event of its kind in the Southwest of England.

Businesses from across the UK will be showcasing their services at this year’s show and Alzheimer’s Society colleagues will be there sharing our training, e-learning, and consultancy products and information about the Time for Dementia programme.

Local Government Association 2022

28 – 30 June 2022, Harrogate Convention Centre

The biggest conference in the UK local government calendar will be an opportunity for delegates to participate in wide-ranging sessions focusing on issues that matter most to our local communities. Alongside an exhibition stand, our Regional Public Affairs and Campaigns team will be presenting a fringe session on the morning of Wednesday 29 June.

More details to follow.

UK Care Week 2022

6 – 7 July 2022, Birmingham NEC

UK Care Week brings together care professionals across the UK for two days of networking, collaboration and celebration, whilst addressing the biggest challenges facing the industry.

Experience interactive show features, live products demonstrations and pivotal talks from industry experts that enable you to implement positive change.

3 Nations Dementia Working Group - Online Webinars

The 3 Nations Dementia Working Group are a friendly group of people diagnosed with dementia who want to make a difference whilst they still can.

Join a Zoom webinar

The 3NDWG have been running fortnightly webinars delivered by people living with dementia. The content of the webinars is relevant to professionals working with people affected by dementia, people living with dementia and carer

Be part of the 3 Nations Dementia Working Group

Join the 3 Nations Working Group by completing an online form.