UK Dementia Congress

The UK Dementia Congress is one of the largest annual multi-disciplinary dementia care-focused event and exhibition in the UK. In 2023 the UKDC was held at Aston University on 7th-8th November.

Some of the Plenary sessions are available below

Graham Stokes, from main sponsor HC-One, introduces UK Dementia Congress 2023

Tim Baverstock, Head of Local Systems Influencing, Alzheimer’s Society, speaks at UK Dementia Congress 2023 including an overview of the outline strategic framework for the forthcoming Major Conditions Strategy (MCS) for England.

Karan Jutlla, Dementia Lead from University of Wolverhampton talks about Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, encouraging people to think about the things that can be done to ensure true inclusivity in dementia services.
Understanding the Me in Dementia with Clare Mason and Danielle Jones, University of Bradford.
Question Time with Graham Stokes, HC-One; Paul Edwards, Dementia UK; Tim Baverstock, Alzheimer’s Society; Dr Karan Jutlla, University of Wolverhampton; Professor Jill Manthorpe, Kings College London; Susan Mitchell, Alzheimer’s Research UK; Keith Oliver, living with dementia.
Tom Kitwood Memorial Address.
Dementia training and education: the magic wand of dementia care? Claire Surr, Professor of Dementia Studies, Leeds Beckett University

Sponsorship Opportunities

Every year we welcome attendees from all over the UK from those working in dementia care, researchers, caregivers and those with lived experience at the UK Dementia Congress and the feedback is overwhelmingly positive. This is only possible through the generosity of our incredible sponsors.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for 2024 events, to find out more please contact Isabella Barclay, Sales and Marketing Executive at