Bristol solicitors QS Burroughs Day hosted a workshop this morning, designed to help businesses and others become more dementia friendly.

This was the third workshop on this model, run jointly by BRACE and Bristol Dementia Action Alliance (BDAA). The aim was to provide some simple but essential advice on how to improve the experience of customers and visitors, and be a good employer. The main talk on this theme was provide by BDAA Chair Tony Hall.

It was also an opportunity to hear about the need for business owners to arrange Lasting Power of Attorney (Bart Obszynski, QS Burroughs Day) and the learn more about what medical science is doing in its search for answers to the problems of dementia (Professor Stephen Lisney, BRACE Trustee). 

We were delighted with the way that guests from local businesses engaged with the issues, and would like to thank QS Burroughs Day for their hospitality and support.

Below, from top: Bart Obszynski, Stephen Lisney, Tony Hall

Dementia friendly business workshop

Dementia friendly business workshop

Dementia friendly business workshop