The Alzheimer's Show provides direct access to the best products, services and latest information; this event makes a real difference to the lives of people with dementia.
Whether you are a family carer, care professional or simply want to learn, The Alzheimer's Show features practical workshops, informative presentations, Q&A’s with dementia experts, professional advice clinics as well as a wide range of dementia and care specialists.
Show features you can look forward to:
Alzheimer’s Matters theatre: The main theatre will host keynote speakers covering a range of topics as well as a chaired daily Question Time panel. Topics covered include the latest in dementia research, adult social care, coping with challenging behaviour and what good dementia care looks like.
Talks and topics theatre: Listen to family carers giving a personal perspective into caring for a loved one with dementia as well as tips and advice alongside practical talks covering daily life from professionals. The talks will address issues such as nutrition, sundowning, acute care along with legal and finance advice.
Practical activities workshop: Designed to help people supporting those with dementia, take part in activities such as singing and reminiscence therapies, living well with dementia in your own home and Cognitive Stimulation Therapy.
Admiral Nurses advice clinics: Don’t miss your opportunity to book free 25 minute one-to-one appointments with an Admiral Nurse. Sessions are booked at the show.
Leading dementia and care exhibitors: Offering practical ideas, new solutions as well as informative advice from dementia and care specialists. Browse everything from care homes, technology, daily living aids as well as legal and finance training.
Olympia London is delighted to host The Alzheimer's Show, one of the most informative events on dementia the London entertainment calendar. Looking for inspiring ideas on things to do in London? Browse our website and the join the 1.5 million people who visit us each year.
T&C's: Free entry for people with dementia. £10 adult tickets and £7.50 concessions with code OLMP19 booking online or at the door.