Event Summary

Attend Westminster Insight’s timely Digital Conference to explore ways to improve the quality of life and health outcomes for people living with dementia in the UK.

The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated everyday challenges for people living with dementia, interrupting diagnosis, care and reducing available support. Take steps to ensure that the people in your communities, and their families, live well with dementia.

From a timely diagnosis to integrated support, this half-day digital conference will share multi-agency case studies from a range of service providers who are bridging the gap between housing, health, social care and voluntary sector services.

Hear from Debbie Abrahams MP, Co-Chair, APPG on Dementia on supporting people living with dementia. Practitioners will share ground-breaking initiatives to improve pathways for early diagnosis, and towards co-production and personalised care pathways. Hear advice for building dementia-friendly community spaces that tackle isolation and improve living conditions.

Join us on our interactive digital platform to ask questions, get updates from senior speakers, and network with colleagues across different sectors.

Key Points

  • The impact of social care and funding reforms and next steps towards a national dementia strategy
  • Improving pathways for early diagnosis and working in collaboration to improve post-diagnostic dementia care
  • Bridging gaps between health and care, housing, third sector and other key partners
  • Managing complex cases and challenging behaviour
  • Creating dementia friendly communities to tackle loneliness and improve wellbeing
  • Improving support for people diagnosed with young onset dementia
  • How to implement co-production pathways to engage people with dementia and their carers