Join us for a Greater Manchester event on June 6th 2022 and make sure your voice is heard
This event, led and organised by lived experience colleagues, Dementia United, Alzheimer’s Society and the International Longevity Centre UK plans to undertake a respectful reflection of the adverse impact of the pandemic on people affected by dementia as well as a refocus on recovery looking forward #LivingWellWithDementiaGM
Come along to make sure your voice is heard
The event is led entirely by people with lived experience.
- Entertainment from people with lived experience of dementia
- Hear from people affected by dementia
- Speakers include the Mayor of Greater Manchester
To register your interest in attending the event and to receive further details please visit https://bit.ly/3FveeRM
Alternatively, you can contact Michelle Davies, Events and Engagement Manager on 07710 152805 email@example.com who will be happy to do this for you
We want to involve as many people affected by dementia as possible, therefore, in the lead up to the event we’re inviting people to submit questions and pledges for a panel made up of the Greater Manchester Mayor, Chief Executive from the Alzheimer’s Society, Lived Experience members and Senior Greater Manchester Health and Social Care staff. We would like you to complete the pledges form and send it back to us by Monday 2nd May. You can find out more about the pledges in the pledges form briefing.
The event is for people affected by dementia, as well as health and social care staff and commissioners
The event is available to attend in person (priority will be given to people affected by dementia) and to access online
The event will be held at a central Manchester venue
This event is supported by Roche. Roche Products Ltd is a member of the International Longevity Centre UK partners programme and has funded the organisation of a series of events focused on dementia in an ageing UK.