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Mancunian cartoonist Tony Husband, famed for his work in Private Eye, will be talking about his new book 'Take Care, Son' an honest, emotional account of his father's dementia.
The Alzheimer's Show, which is being held at EventCity in Urmston on Friday (July 4) and Saturday (July 5) will give direct access to information, products and services.
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Alzheimer's Show expected to attract thousands in Urmston this weekend
The Alzheimer's Show for this very reason.
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"The event will be inspiring, packed full of information, practical advice, products and services, which will show how people with dementia, their carers and families can live well."
Tickets are for one day but can be used on either day. Children under 14 go free when accompanied by an adult.
Using this discount code ASM25 when booking online or buying on the door will give visitors 25% off.
A Adidas Basketball Shoes Gold 'Quiet Area' will be hosted by Community Integrated Care, where family members or carers can leave a person with dementia in a calm environment supported by a specialist team.
Nigel Ward, event director at The Alzheimer's Show, said: "We have been overwhelmed by requests for a second show in the north, following success in London over the last two years, and are delighted to deliver it this year with great support from our show sponsors Community Integrated Care, supporters Alzheimer's Society, Alzheimer's Research UK and Dementia UK, as well as from the Rt. Hon. Hazel Blears MP.
"We are delighted to be playing a key role at this unique event, which will inspire and inform delegates, and in doing so, help to make life better for them."
Admiral Nurses will be running free and confidential one to one consultations, and there are free practical workshops including seated yoga, music, singing, technology and nutrition.
The show, which is being held in association with Alzheimer's Society and national social care charity, Community Integrated Care, will feature exhibitors from dementia and care specialists that will be able to share ideas and advice about living aids, funding, legal issues, assistive technology, research, education, finance and entertainment.
EventCity is on Phoenix Way, off Barton Dock Road, Urmston, next to the Trafford Centre. There is free parking and there are good public transport links.
The show is being held between 9.30am until 5pm on the Friday and until 4.30pm on the Saturday.
There will also be daily 'Question Time' and open mic sessions as well as the opportunity to hear personal experiences of caring for a person with dementia and a series of practical advice talks.
Other top speakers and experts include the Rt. Hon. Hazel Blears, MP for Salford and Eccles, Professor Nigel Hooper and Professor Start Pickering Brown, both from the University of Manchester, Dr Ann Johnson MBE, a retired nurse lecturer, who is living with dementia and Cath Murray Howard, deputy CEO of Community Integrated Care.
"We hope The Alzheimer's Show will become an annual event on the dementia and care calendar in the North West."
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