Thursday, 18 April 2013

Today Speaking The Alzheimer’s Show London Mid day

Alzheimer’s Show 2013

We are delighted that Tommy will be speaking at The Alzheimer’s Show in London, the first and only exhibition and conference dedicated to helping people live well with dementia. Tommy will be speaking at 12.30pm on Friday 19th April in the Alzheimer’s Talks theatre, a forum for individuals to share their experiences of caring for a person with dementia.
The Alzheimer’s Show will bring together experts, services and products under one roof so that people caring for a person with dementia can find the solutions they need to make living with dementia as positive as possible. The aim of the event is also to get people talking about dementia so that together we can continue to raise awareness and understanding of the condition.
Over 45 exhibitors will be showcasing the latest products and services, Admiral Nurses will be on-hand for free 25 minute consultations in the 1-2-1 clinics, actress Phyllida Law will be talking about and signing copies of her new book “How Many Camels Are There in Holland?: Dementia, Ma and Me” and leading voices in the field will be talking in the main theatre. These include Professor Alistair Burns, the UK’s Dementia Tsar, David Behan, head of the Care Quality Commission as well as representatives from Alzheimer’s Research UK, the Alzheimer’s Society, Dementia UK and Admiral Nurses.

Tickets for the show are now available from
The Alzheimer’s Show will take place at The Royal Horticultural Halls, London SW1 on April 19 & 20th 2013
With thanks to all involved in particular Sara for this opportunity to speak as a son ,about the life stories I receive and the dementia carer voices project .Also a big thank you to First Group Scot rail especially Theresa and Janine for help with a train ticket to allow me to get down to London 


  1. Supperb, thanks for sharing peaceful information. you can cover the wonderfull destination though Golden Triangle Tour

  2. HI Tommy, I have found you and hope the comments work this time.
    I have enjoyed reading your blog and you have done so much to raise awareness of this illness.
    Keep up the good work, your an inspiration to all out in the big wide world


  3. thank you so much for sharing this post and am glad to found your blog on time. Will surely get the tickets hopefully.


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