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Day One - Monday 16 April 2018 - 

Common Age Common Agendas

Welcome (without video) - Margie van Zyl Chapman, Chairperson, South African Care Forum
                  - Andrew Larpent OBE, Chairman CommonAge
                  - Vic Rayner, Executive Director, National Care Forum

Malta's National Policy for Older Persons: Achievements and Challenges - Anthony Agius Decelis, Junior Minister for Persons with Disability & Active Ageing, Parliament of Malta

The Importance of Healthy & Active Ageing - Dr Charles Alessi, Senior Advisor, Public Health England

What CommonAge can do - Francis Njuakom Nchii, Director, Community Development Volunteers for Technical Assistance, Cameroon

Dignity in Care Amongst Elder, Protection of Human Rights and Prevention of Elder Abuse (without video)- Sailesh Mishra, Director, Silver Innings Foundation, Mumbai

A Dementia Friendly Commonwealth (without video)- Jeremy Hughes, CEO, Alzheimer's Society

Common Age - Common Agendas - Kikelomo Laniyonu Edwards, CEO, Dementia Care Society of Nigeria

Creating Dementia Friendly Communities in Malaysia: The Atria-ADFM Community Corner (AACC) A pilot local corporate partnership initiative - Datin Jaqueline WM Wong, Hon. Secretary - Executive Committee, Alzheimer's Disease Foundation, Malaysia

Oxford Institute of Population Ageing: Research Report, Ageing in the Commonwealth - Dr George Leeson, Director of the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, University of Oxford

Panel: Response to Research - Margie van Zyl Chapman, Dr John Beard, Jaco Hoffman, Julienne Meyer CBE

CommonAge Life Story Project - Annie Waddington-Feather, Communications, CommonAge

Watch the Care Innovation Challenge video. Thanks to Oomph we brought the Care Innovation Challenge finalists to the present at the drinks reception on 16th April. They received a fantastic reception, made connections with leaders in social care and we look forward to seeing their products develop. Have a look at their ideas in the video.

Day Two - Tuesday 17 April 2018 - 

Global Issues - Local Responses

Welcome - Cedi Frederick, Director, CommonAge, Caribbean & Canada Chapter

Older People and Communities - Bridget Warr, Dr John Beard, Professor Malcolm Johnson, Stephen Johnston, Francis Njuakom Nchii, Tracey Robbins - To be uploaded soon

Intergenerational Communities: Old Peoples Home for 4 Year Olds - Stephen Burke, Director, UFAA
                                                                                 - Dr Melrose Stewart, University of Birmingham

                                        - Mansoor Dalal, Founder & Chairman, Association of Senior Living, India
                                        - Femanda Shamam, Chief Executive Officer, Association for Ageing, South Africa

                                                         - Ngaire Hobbins, Dietitian Specialising in Ageing, Brain Health and  Dementia

Engaged Communities: Bringing People Together - Tracey Robbins, UK Delivery Manager, The Eden Project Communities Team

Age Friendly Cities: Cities as Engines of Innovation in Ageing - Stephen Johnston, Co-Founder, Aging2.0, Eric Kihlstrom, Ambassador, Aging2.0

Quality Compliance Systems - Phillipa Shirtcliffe, Clinical Policy Lead QCS

Leadership: Supporting leadership development across the Commonwealth through staff exchanges
Anna Fowlie, CEO, Scottish Social Services Council

Disruption & Design: Innovative models & future thinking - Dr Wei Siang Yu, Founder, Borderless Healthcare - Chris Straw, Managing Director, ThomsonAdsett (to be uploaded soon)

What Next for Ageing? (without video) - Anna Dixon, CEO, Centre for Ageing Better, Eric Kihlstrom, Director, Innovate UK, Dr Donald Macaskill, CEO, Scottish Care, Chris Roles, Managing Director, Age International

Care Innovation Challenge - supported by Oomph! (to be uploaded soon)

Day Three - Wednesday 18 April 2018 - 

UK Perspectives on Social Care

Human Rights in Care - Sanchita Hosali, Director, British Institute of Human Rights, Anna Buchanan, Director, People Affected by Dementia, Life Changes Trust, Debbie Ivanova, Deputy Chief Inspector, ASC, CQC, Dr Donald Macaskill, CEO, Scottish Care

Older People & Learning Disability - Jerry Ratcliffe,  Rachel Peacock, CEO, Making Space

Avoiding Unlawful Discrimination and Achieving Equality & Diversity in a Care Setting - Anna Dabek, Partner, Anthony Collins, Matthew Wort, Partner, Anthony Collins

Recognising Faith, Belief & Spirituality - Chris Swift, Director of Chaplaincy & Spirituality, MHA (to be added soon)

End of Life Care - Claire Henry MBE, Director of Improvement & Transformation, Hospice UK, Kate Ibbeson, Hospice UK

The Rights of older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Trans People - Dr David Woodhead, National LGB&T Partnership

Taking Activities to the Next Level - Sylvie Silver, CEO, NAPA, Camilla Vickers, Founder, Healthpitch UK (links to videos coming soon)

Alternative Sources of Funding - Daniel Carrico, Head of Origination, Allia-Impact Finance

The Future of Home Care - Andy Cole, Operational Manager, Vale of Glamorgan,
                                               - Dr Jane Townson, CEO, Somerset Care

Retirement Living: Ready for anything - Jeremy Walford, Director, Middleton Hall Retirement Village (to be added soon)
                                                                     - David Williams, CEO, St Monica Trust
Closing Remarks - Katie Sloan, Executive Director of the Global Ageing Network
and President and CEO, LeadingAge

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