We are excited to be hosting our seventh annual conference, and - for the first time ever – it’s online!

#Together4Dementia is being brought to you, wherever you are in the world - all you need is the internet, plus a computer, tablet or smartphone to join this hugely popular dementia conference.  

The conference will take place on Tuesday 3rd November 11am–3pm (GMT) and tickets are FREE – so why not add the date to your diary now?

We have top quality speakers, including talks on robotics, care, research and diagnosis and an interview with a bestselling dementia author, plus a discussion of the day’s themes and much more.

Speakers include:

  • Alison Murray, Head of Inspection – London, Care Quality Commission
  • Professor Praminda Caleb-Solly, Bristol Robotics Laboratories
  • Nula Suchet, author of The Longest Farewell: James, Dementia and Me
  • Professor Patrick Kehoe, University of Bristol
  • Guest presenter – Ali Vowles, BBC

If that wasn’t enough, there will also be breakout sessions with a chance to meet others, and exhibitor stands for you to visit.

Can’t make the whole day? You can join in the conference at any point, for as long as you choose. We would love to have you there for the whole event or for as much time as you can spare.

Additional speakers and special features will be announced in the autumn.

We will add networking to the itinerary if we have enough requests. You can use the booking form to confirm interest.

You can sign up FREE from the bottom of this page TODAY and we will send you joining instructions and final details in October.


Do I have to sit at my screen the whole time? No! You can come and go as you wish, taking comfort breaks or dealing with other commitments. The timings will be updated and published just before the conference date, enabling you to make sure you don’t miss the sessions you most want to hear. You can also visit exhibitors’ stands and join in breakout discussions by smaller groups when timetabled.

Will I be visible to other people attending? You will be neither visible not audible, so you can watch and listen as if sitting in front of a television. The exceptions will be breakout groups or exhibitors (if you choose to visit them), where you will be able to see and talk to others one to one or in a small group.

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