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24 May 2018
The first ever alliance dementia conference in Brent sees Community Action on Dementia (CAD) Brent, Brent Clinical Commissioning Group and Brent Council make a promise to become a dementia-friendly borough by 2020.
The 'Together for a Dementia-Friendly Brent 2020' conference took place at the Brent Civic Centre on 24 May 2018 during Dementia Week. Key partners, businesses, statutory agencies and volunteer organisations across Brent, as well as people living with dementia and their carers were in attendance.
L-R: Helen Cairns (Treat Me Right! Project Manager), Lorraine Jarman (Family Support Manager), John Keaveny (Learning Disability Awareness Trainer Coordinator), and May Lee (Personalisation Development Lead).
Treat Me Right! is an autism and learning disability awareness training and consultancy programme. The programme was commissioned by NHS North West London CCGs, and delivered by not-for-profit London social care provider Certitude. It has been chosen from hundreds of applicants to represent North West London in a prestigious competition to mark the NHS’s 70th birthday.
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