Young Dementia 2016 presentations

Some of the presentations from our conference Young Onset Dementia: Different Impacts, Positive Solutions are available to download.  

The conference at the Botanical Gardens, Birmingham on 27 September 2016 was organised in partnership with the Journal of Dementia Care.

To download the presentations, please click on the links below.

 Keynote address, Alistair BurnsNational Clinical Director for Dementia,

Adjusting to life after diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia. Chris Norris, Dementia Service User Envoy

Enabling people with young onset dementia to continue working. JJannine Williams & Sue Richardson, University of Bradford

What we needed on diagnosis – solutions based on personal experience. Keith Oliver, Kent & Medway NHS & Social Care Partnership Trust

What young people told us about having a parent with dementia – and what might help. Professor Pat Sikes & Dr Mel Hall, University of Sheffield 

Staying in the family home: making live-in care work for people with young onset dementia. Penny Hibberd & Zoe Elkins, The Good Care Group

Money matters - prolonging independence with advice on finances, benefits and funding for young onset dementia. Sara Wilcox, Pathways Through Dementia

On the work of the National Young Onset Dementia Network. Sarah Plummer, YoungDementia UK

You can download the conference programme here

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