You will acquire a basic understanding of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. Symptoms of dementia and their effects on a person will be discussed. You will learn about risks and warning signs of dementia, and the diagnostic process and treatment options.

A clinical ethicist will help you understand the difficult decisions you may need to make at the end of a family member's life.

Palliative care nurses will explain what to expect in the end stage of dementia and how to provide comfort to someone who is near the end of life.

A grief expert will discuss the grieving process when a family member dies.

A lawyer will discuss legal issues and estate administration so you will know what is needed when death occurs.

Please join us as Sally Knocker shares ideas on what is working in the UK in supporting families to bring out the best in each other when living with dementia. Join us to see, feel and understand how the UK's ‘Butterfly moments' can create meaningful ways to connect, reach and occupy people to live well with their experience of a dementia.