About Down's Syndrome : Dementia and Down’s Syndrome Webinar

  • We know that adults with Down’s syndrome have a greater chance of developing dementia, but what are the changes we need to look out for?
  • How do you go about getting an assessment for someone who might be developing dementia?
  • A change in an adult’s function could be due to some other issue, what else could be happening?

This 90 minute webinar will guide through this process and talk about resources and support available from The Down’s Syndrome Association that focus on older age.

Please see below for upcoming dates and booking information. 


24 June 2020 | 11.00am to 12:30pm

Cost: £10 | Click here to pay and book your place.


6 October 2020 | 11.00am to 12:30pm

Cost: £10 | Click here to pay and book your place.


 

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