This year’s Dementia Congress is a virtual event, giving you the opportunity to attend any of the sessions online.
Organised by the Journal of Dementia Care, we are delighted to announce as a carer of someone with dementia you can attend for free. The virtual event offers an exciting and diverse mix of plenary sessions, parallel sessions, workshops, symposia and posters, satellite and special interest sessions, and networking opportunities.
This year’s event takes place on the 10th & 11th November.
We are pleased to be presenting and sharing our work, our sessions include:
- Experiences of living grief: Bereavement in carers of people with dementia – Amanda McCarren, tide
- Caring in Lockdown – the impact of enforced isolation on unpaid carers – Ruth Eley, Anna Gaughan, tide & Karen Greenhalgh, tide & Roger Kay, (tide advisory group) & Clarissa Giebel, University of Liverpool
- Jag’s Story: the daily challenge of caring, cultural awareness and Covid-19
For more information on all the sessions you can Download the brochure
This year the organisers are offering free places to people living with dementia and carers.
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