Monday 01 October 2012
A conference on dementia and dementia care, presented by the Health and Social Services Department and featuring specialist speakers, will take place at Holy Trinity Church and Centre on Wednesday 21 November.
The conference is geared towards improving the quality of care and the quality of life for people with dementia, their families and their carers.
It will be of interest to anyone working with or having responsibility for the care of people with dementia. It will provide an opportunity, for all those working or living with dementia or touched by dementia, to gain insight into new developments and share knowledge and experiences.
The conference organisers have secured a variety of specialist speakers who will each bring their own particular subjects to the audience.
For more information about the event, please open the flyer at the base of this page. The biographies of all speakers have now been published and more information is now available via the link on the right-hand-side of this page.
The event will take place all day at the Holy Trinity Church and Centre, Trinity Square, St Peter Port and courtesy transport will be arranged for delegates.
Due to fundraising by the Department and in particular the Older Adult Mental Health Service, the event is being presented free of charge to States employees, informal carers and the first delegate from each external organisation. The cost thereafter will be £100 for additional delegates. For more information about the terms and conditions please access the event flyer.
If you would like to attend, please complete the booking form which is attached to the event flyer and return it to Fiona Robertson, Matron, La Corbinerie, Princess Elizabeth Hospital, St Martins, GY4 6UU no later than 31 October 2012.
Health and Social Services Department
Tel: 01481 725241