Conference / dementia / Harrogate / learning opportunity / mental health / older people / social care

Dementia Harrogate 2013: a national crisis

24th April 2013, Harrogate International Centre

 

  • There are currently 800,000 people living with dementia in the UK
  • Dementia costs society over £23bn per annum, twice the cost of cancer and with a prediction of over a million people by 2021
  • Do you want to learn more about the government’s plan to improve the outcomes and quality of life for both people living with dementia and carers?
  • Do you want to see people living with dementia and their carers receive the respect and dignity they deserve?

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Confirmed Speakers Include

Carolyn Denne
Head of Service Quality for Adults, Social Care Institute for Excellence

Jean Tottie
Chair, Uniting Carers

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Public Service Events is pleased to present Dementia: a national crisis. A sell-out in Manchester, this conference now moves to Harrogate, featuring an array of expert speakers who will outline the challenges faced in combating this spiralling condition and how better outcomes can be achieved. This is an event for anyone involved with or affected by dementia who wishes to hear all the latest developments. Delegates will have the opportunity to listen, digest, debate and then reflect on the information that can make a difference to their professional or personal situations.

 

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