Join experienced charities on the 28th October at 2 pm to learn more about dementia in young people.

Dementia is not just an older person’s condition; it also affects people in younger life. It is estimated there are over 40,000 people under the age of 65 living with a dementia diagnosis in the UK.

Early onset dementia can affect people between the age of 30 and 65. Having dementia whilst of working age presents a new and different set of challenges to living well with dementia, some of which will be addressed in this webinar and the same webinar on the 28th September.

During these two, one hour – FREE - webinars we will explore the needs of younger people affected by dementia, what dementia may look like, and what you can do to support a loved one with dementia in their younger years.

The two webinars will be hosted by three dementia charities who have come together to form the Bristol Dementia Charity Network. The advice you receive will be beneficial for anyone with early dementia, not just those living in the Bristol area.

Over the course of an hour you will get the very best advice from the experts at Alive Activities, BRACE and Bristol Dementia Action Alliance. The webinar will leave you feeling better informed about a range of issues affecting younger people with dementia.

Speakers will include

Led by Isobel Jones from Alive Activities

Tony Hall Chair of Bristol Dementia Action Alliance

Joanne O’Neill – Former Dementia Care Manager of The Limes Day Support Centre

Mark Poarch –  Chief Executive of BRACE

Plus others – TBC

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