By 2020 we want to be able to say with pride, that England is the leading country in the world for dementia care and support, for undertaking research into dementia and other neurodegenerative diseases and for people with dementia, their carers and families to live.
The Implementation Plan and commitments to the actions within it, provide a clear pathway to that goal.
Govconnects Dementia 2020 conference, now in its third year will provide the opportunity to discuss the progress made so far, and monitor key performance indicators against the commitments within the implementation plan as it moves into its final phase.
Delegates attending this national conference have the opportunity to learn from senior leaders from many of the partner organisations involved in the 2020 Challenge.
Govconnect believe in creating an inclusive environment for equal participation and will be once again providing bursaries for people living with dementia and their carer partners to attend this conference.
As a delegate you will become part of our dedicated community and gain access to our prestigious conference, research library and all associated social media networking groups.
Your delegate package includes the following:
- Access to all areas of the conference including the main plenary presentations, Q&A sessions, speaker presentations, master class sessions and all networking zones.
- Access to information and guidance on current and future strategies from the UK’s leading authorities and governing bodies tasked with transforming dementia care, support and research by 2020.
- Gain an understanding and the ability to share in identifying the contributing factors behind greater collaboration from leaders across the health & social care landscape.
- Identify best practice approaches from the most successful projects across the Uk.
- By purchasing a ticket for the conference you will directly contribute to one of a range of associated charities. You can select your chosen charity at the point of booking.
- Have the opportunity to understand the strategies that directly affect your organisations, whilst influencing future Government policy.
- Via our website, all delegates can submit their organisations relevant policies and case studies onto our resource library throughout the full lifecycle of the conference engagement period.
Charity Sector £195
Public Sector £295
Private Sector £295
- Clinical Leads/Directors and Specialists
- Clinical Commissioning Groups
- Health & Wellbeing Board members
- Care Home Owners/Managers
- Care Services Directors
- Care Coordinators
- NHS Chief Executives
- NHS Commissioners
- Community Health and Outreach Teams
- Consultant Social Workers
- Day Care Managers
- Dementia Champions
- Dementia/Older People Nurses
- Directors of Health Policy and Strategy
- Directors of Public Health
- Directors/Heads of Adult Social Care and Older People's Services
- Directors/Heads of Community Care Services
- Directors/Heads of Nursing and Patient Safety
- Directors/Heads of Primary Care/Community Mental Health
- General Practitioners and Consultants
- Geriatric Psychiatrists and Health Teams
- Heads of Carers and Service Users
- Heads of Dementia Care Teams
- Homecare Managers
- Directors of Mental health services
- Research Directors/Professors/Nurses
- Central Government and Agencies
- Local Authority Officers and Councillors
- Safeguarding Adults Boards
- Adult Social Services Responsibilities Leads
- Primary Care Trusts
- Health Practitioners
- Social Care Practitioners
- Health Promotion Agencies
- Care Providers
- Adult Social Services
- Palliative Care Associations
- Mental Health Practitioners
- Patient’s Organisations
- Dementia Care Teams
- Specialist Dementia Nurses
- Learning Disability Nurses
- Community Nurses/Matrons
- Palliative Care Nurses
- Palliative Care Teams
- Clinical Leads and Specialists
- Geriatric Psychiatrists
- Health Visitors
- Health Regulators
- Equality, Diversity and Human Rights Practitioners
- Legal Advisers
- Campaigning Organisations
- Active Ageing Organisations
- Institutes of Lifelong Learning
- Adult Education Organisations
- Independent Advocacy Services
- Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Bodies
- Charities, Social Enterprises and Cooperatives