This event is open to the public as well as those interested in research or in commissioning and providing good care. Older people with dementia and their families are particularly welcome as there will be opportunity for them to share their cultural experiences using music and story–telling activities if they wish.
We will showcase our legacy of dementia care, innovation and research in Hull, which grew from 1991 to an active national and international network that has received signiﬁcant awards for applied health and social care dementia research today.
We will then discuss the potential for the University of Hull together with communities across Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire, to create a postive future for continued research and practice for those of us who wish to age well and live a good life with or without dementia.
With afternoon tea at 3.00pm and a drinks reception at 5.00pm, where those who want to contribute to the future of aging well can meet an talk to researchers and each other.
Cost: free admission – all welcome but booking is necessary. Booking closes 24 November 2017. To book a place, click here.
If you have any queries or need help with booking, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01482 463104/463103