Following on from our Annual Conference, from Monday 18 to Thursday 28 September, there will be a series of webinars on a range of themes. All sessions will be through Microsoft Teams.

Our booking form is now closed. If you have not yet registered and are interested in attending please email [email protected] stating the session/s you would like to attend. 

Please note, registration for the Glasgow Caledonian University Alumni Talk is through a separate link below. 

Week 1

Monday 18 September

  • 9.30-10.30am: The Neuroprogressive and Dementia Research Network
    'Confident Conversations in Research.'
  • 12-1pm: Brodies LLC
    'Empowering dementia care: Legal insights into powers of attorney, mental capacity and guardianships.'

Tuesday 19 September

  • 9.30-10.30am: Childhood Dementia Australia
    'Childhood dementia session.'
  • 12-1pm: Playlist for Life 
    'What’s on your playlist? How meaningful music can help people living with dementia.'
  • 3-4pm: Healthcare Improvement Scotland
    'Person-centred care planning for people with dementia in hospitals.'

Wednesday 20 September 

  • 9.30-10.30am: Alzheimer Scotland 
    'Ask an Allied Health Professional – Join us to hear about the work of three AHPs, occupational therapy, physiotherapy and speech and language therapy.'
  • 3-4pm: Dementia Dog/Alzheimer Scotland
    'Dementia Dogs and how we can enable people affected by dementia live well in their community, with more confidence, independence and joy.'

Thursday 21 September 

  • 12-1pm: Alzheimer Scotland
    'Insights from our National Dementia Advisor Service. Join our webinar to hear first hand from people who have been supported them and the difference this has made.'
  • Glasgow Caledonian University has invited Alzheimer Scotland's Chief Executive Henry Simmons to deliver an Alumni Online Talk. This will take place on World Alzheimer's Day - 21 September between 4-5pm and you can register here

Friday 22 September 

  • 12-1pm: Join Dementia Research
    'How Join Dementia Research can help you.'

Week 2

Tuesday 26 September 

  • 12-1pm: University of Stirling 
    'Stand by Me - Experiences of couples with a learning disability when one partner has dementia.'
  • 3-4pm: Alzheimer Scotland/Dementia Friends 
    'The Dementia Friends Programme.'

Wednesday 27 September 

  • 9.30-10.30pm: Elaine Hunter, Fiona MacLean, Tom Russ & Michael Huddleston
    'Join four authors as they discuss two books about dementia that have been published this year - FAQ about dementia and Occupational Therapy and Dementia Promoting Inclusion, Rights and Opportunities for People Living With Dementia.'
  • 12-1pm: Alzheimer Scotland 
    'Early detection of Alzheimer’s Disease – learning from a healthcare system in Scotland.'
  • 3-4pm: Alzheimer Scotland Centre for Policy and Practice at the University of the West of Scotland
    'Progressive Practice and PhD Research into Dementia: A Tale of Two Researchers?'

Thursday 28 September 

  • 9.30-10.30am: Alzheimer Scotland's Active Voice Network
    Who are Alzheimer Scotland’s Active Voice?
    Active Voice Development Officer, Norie Williamson, and members from the Scottish Dementia Working Group and the National Dementia Carers Action Network having a conversation on their personal experiences of dementia and the work they do to campaign and influence policy and practice.
  • 3-4pm: Dementia Nurse Consultants 
    'Celebrating 10 years of Getting to Know Me.'