People with dementia live in all our communities and they and their carers are very likely to be among your clients and customers. That’s why dementia is your business.

By undertaking some simple actions, you can make their experience a better one and ensure you are compliant with the Equality Act 2010. Through small, inexpensive changes you can make a big difference to your staff and customers alike. It’s good for business and it’s the right thing to do.


09.30 am – Business networking opportunity & refreshments

10.00 am – Ken Hart, IFA Hart Greaves & Kate Norris, Lawyer, Mogers Drewett

                   Working with Dementia Clients – Practical examples of how to improve

                   the client experience journey for clients and their carers

10.15 am - Professor Stephen Lisney, BRACE Alzheimer’s Research

                   Dementia - The Quest for Answers through Science

10.30 am - Tony Hall, Chair, Bristol Dementia Action Alliance (BDAA)

                   & Sarah Williams-Martin, B&NES Dementia Action Alliance

                   Premises, Personnel, Procedures - Making Your Business Dementia Friendly

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