Public Speaker on dementia, wellbeing and support for carers.

I have carried out presentations, workshops and webinars at events and firms such as OgilvyLondon Alzheimer’s ShowLondon Fire BrigadeMishcon De Reya and Lexis Nexis.

A list of talks, workshops and webinars I have carried out is below.

Ogilvy – Invisible Army: Everything you need to know about being a carer

London Alzheimer’s Show – Living well with a diagnosis of dementia

London Fire Brigade – Dementia Awareness

Mishcon De Reya – Dementia Awareness

LexisNexis – Dementia Awareness

Association of Accounting Technicians Conference – Managing mental health at work

Age UK – Dementia Awareness

We Care Suicide Prevention - Presented alongside Jonny Benjamin and Neil Laybourn

Bright Horizons – Work Life Balance – Being a Working Carer (webinar)

AAT Social Mobility Week – Managing mental health at work (webinar)

AAT East Kent – Managing mental health in the workplace

LexisNexis Parent and Carers’ Forum – Dementia Awareness

Association of Accounting Technicians – Dementia Awareness

Chartered Institute of Taxation – Managing your mental wellbeing (webinar)

ATT – Dementia Awareness

Roots and Shoots – Dementia Awareness

Brownies – Dementia Awareness

Sussex Housing & Care – Dementia Awareness

Sussex Seniors AGM – Living well in later life

Rother District Council – Dementia Awareness

East Sussex County Council – Dementia Awareness

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  • COVID-19: Caring from afar
    15 April, 2020

    Here is a blog I wrote for Mobilise about caring for a parent from afar throughout COVID-19. I've shared some ideas that I hope will be useful for people with caring responsibilities. 

  • Caring for a parent
    19 March, 2020

    The wonderful carer's charity Carers Trust asked me to share my experience of caring for a parent so here I share my story and I hope it offers comfort to others in similar positions. 

  • Reducing your risk of dementia
    5 February, 2020

    One of the most common questions I get asked when I talk to people about dementia is “How can I reduce my risk of getting dementia?” - it’s a completely valid question!