Memory Day 2017 DEMENTIA COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE NORTHAMPTONSHIRE Working with people with memory problems and their carers to improve understanding and support. 21st September Grosvenor Shopping Centre Northampton 9am - 6pm


What do you know about Dementia? 

Why should I attend? 

You can meet individuals and organisations from across Northamptonshire who provide information and advice about dementia and memory. 

Who should attend? 

The memory day is for everyone; members of the general public, people with dementia and their carers, employees from local businesses and health and social care providers. 

What should I expect? 

There will be a range of stands for you to browse, collect information from and ask questions. We will also be running free Dementia Friends training sessions. 

If you would like to book one of our free sessions, please visit our website copnorthants.co.uk 

For further information about the day, please contact Professor Jacqueline Parkes on jacqueline.parkes@ northampton.ac.uk 

Come visit our Facebook page on 

https://www.facebook.com/ copnorthants/


Bookable Sessions 

Dementia Friends training 

Talks by young person with dementia & carer 

Appointment with an Admiral Nurse (Family Support) 

Chair and Standing Exercises 

Wellbeing assessments 

Cognitive stimulation therapy 

Legal discussion 


Assistive technology 

Northamptonshire Carers Choir 

REM Pods 

Uks Aloud Ukulele group 

Provisional Exhibitors 

Age UK 

Alzheimer’s Society 

Northamptonshire Dementia Action Alliance 

Dementia UK 

First for Wellbeing 

Forget me nots Social Group 

Northampton Borough Council 

Northamptonshire Carers 

Northamptonshire County Council 

Northamptonshire General Hospital 

Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust 

Olympus Care 

Qualified by Experience 

St Andrew’s Healthcare 

University of Northampton 

The CoP is a group of local partners with the aim of bringing together like-minded individuals from across research, education, and practice to enhance the quality of care for people living with dementia and their carers.



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