Alzheimer’s Research UK is the charitable partner for the UK’s first exhibition and conference for people living and working with Alzheimer’s and other dementia.
The Alzheimer’s Show was born from an urgent need to recognise and support the growing numbers of people in the UK whose lives are affected by dementia. It is the UK’s only national exhibition, conference and meet-up dedicated to people with Alzheimer’s and dementia, their carers and families as well as professionals dealing with dementia on a daily basis.
The aim of the show is to raise awareness and understanding of dementia and to showcase the very best products, services, research and information as well as providing practical help and solutions for people living and working with dementia.
The event will take place across 19 and 20 April 2013 at The Royal Horticultural Halls, London and will offer visitors immediate access to in-depth conference sessions, practical workshops, one-to-one professional consultations and over 40 suppliers of products and services including residential and home care, telecare, legal advice, financial advice and assistive technology.
By partnering with The Alzheimer’s Show, we want to help visitors find out more about taking an active part in dementia research, as well as sharing the latest developments from our scientists. The show has the support of all the leading national dementia charities, the Prime Minister, Professor Alistair Burns - the National Clinical Director for Dementia and actress Lynda Bellingham.
The Alzheimer’s Show will take place at The Royal Horticultural Halls, Lindley Hall, Elverton Street, London SW1P 2QW on the 19 & 20 April 2013. Tickets are available now, £9 in advance from www.alzheimersshow.co.uk and £15 on the door.
To help spread the word and support the event please click here to download a poster. For more information, and for regular updates on conference sessions, speakers, exhibitors and general news, please visit www.alzheimersshow.co.uk and follow us on twitter @alzheimersshow and Facebook.