A conference hosted by Alzheimer’s Society, Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group and London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Join us on: Wednesday 19 September 2018
Time: Registration at 10.00am start time 10.30am
Venue: Community Centre, 32 Merchant Street, Bow E3 4LX
Refreshments and lunch provided. We’re working to reduce the stigma and barriers associated with dementia, and to make Tower Hamlets a Dementia Friendly Community. We can’t do this without the support of people who live and work in the borough. We want local business leaders, health and social care professionals and local residents to join us at this event.
The conference is free and you can phone the Tower Hamlets office on 020 8121 5626 to book a place.
Keynote Speaker: Dr Rajendra Shah Consultant in Psychiatry
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