See the me in dementia - programme

See the ‘ME’ in deMEntia: End of life care and the Prime Minister’s Dementia Challenge to 2020

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9.45 Chair’s welcome
Sharon Blackburn, Policy and Communications Director, National Care Forum

9.55 10 years: lessons learned and actions for the future
Sharon Blackburn, Policy and Communications Director, National Care Forum

10.10 Keynote speech: ‘Less race and more grace’
Professor Colm Cunningham, Director, Dementia Centre, HammondCare, Australia

10.30 Panel debate with people with lived experience
“I know that services are designed around me, my needs and my carer’s needs. I have support that helps me live my life.”
Louise Langham, former carer and Carer Engagement and Development Lead for 'tide...together in dementia every day'
Barry Parnaby, former carer, member of 'tide...together in dememntia every day'.
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11.00 Q&A session

11.10 Refreshments & exhibition

11.40 Plenary: “I am confident my end of life wishes will be respected. I can expect a good death.”
Professor Graham Stokes, Global Director of Dementia Care, Bupa and Honorary Visiting Professor of Person-Centred Dementia Care, University of Bradford

12.00 Plenary: “I live in an enabling and supportive environment where I feel valued and understood.” Anna Gaughan, Chief Executive, The Life Story Network CIC
12.00 Plenary: “I live in an enabling and supportive environment where I feel valued and understood.”Jeremy Porteus, Director, Housing Learning and Improvement Network

12.40 Q&A session

12.50 Lunch & Exhibition

13.50 Afternoon Chair’s Welcome
Simon Chapman, Director of Policy, Intelligence & Public Affairs, NCPC

14.00 Keynote: Implementing the Prime Minister’s Dementia Challenge
Lorraine Jackson, Deputy Director, Dementia Policy, Department of Health

14.20 Plenary: “I know there is research going on which will deliver a better life for people with dementia and I know how I can contribute to it.”
Dr Liz Sampson, Senior Clinical Lecturer, Division of Psychiatry, UCL

14.40 Plenary: “I have personal choice and control over the decisions that affect me.”
Natasha Wynne, Policy and Public Affairs Manager, Marie Curie

15.00 Q&A

15.10 Refreshments & exhibition

15.30 Plenary: “I have knowledge to get what I need.”
Dr Charles Alessi, Lead Dementia, Public Health England

15.50 Plenary: “I have a sense of belonging and of being a valued part of family, community and civic life.”
George McNamara, Head of Policy, Alzheimer's Society

16.10 Q&A session

16.20 Call to action and next steps

16.35 Chair’s closing remarks