9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Smith & Wiiliamson
A workshop to help businesses and other organisations become dementia friendly. Organised by BRACE in partnership with Bristol Dementia Action Alliance.
If dementia were a city, it would be the third largest in the UK. With a population of around 850,000 that’s a city more than twice the size of Bristol.
It’s a fact that people with dementia live in all of our communities. They and their carers are potentially in your work force, and they are definitely among those who are your customers or clients.
That’s why dementia is your business. By undertaking some simple actions, you can make their experience a better one and ensure you are compliant with the Equality Act 2010.
Businesses are a key component of our communities and through small and inexpensive changes you can make a big difference to your staff and customers alike.
Generously hosted by Smith & Williamson, we are inviting you and/or a colleague to a short workshop which could help put you at the vanguard of dementia friendly businesses in Bristol.
09.30 am Networking
10.00 am Sue Faiers, Smith & Williamson – Finance for Long Term Care
10.05 am Prof Stephen Lisney, BRACE – The Quest for Answers through Science
10.15 am Tony Hall, Chair, Bristol Dementia Action Alliance (BDAA) – How to Make your Business Dementia-Friendly
More information: Mark Poarch 0117 414 4831