Beth Britton - Campaigner, consultant, writer and blogger on ageing, health, social care and dementia


"Informative, beautifully written, constructive and poignant"
Gill Phillips, Creator of 'Whose Shoes?'


Beth Britton - Writer on ageing, health, social care and dementia

From specialist journals to major publications, I pride myself on an approachable and very readable writing style, an ability to communicate key ideas and themes, attention to detail, and the skill to make a convincing argument in the face of a controversial issue.

Thanks to my strong social media prescence my writing is always widely shared, and as a result has become popular all over the world. The content I produce is hugely strengthened by drawing on my personal experiences, whilst other aspects of my work provide constant inspiration, knowledge, and invaluable experiences. Few writers are fortunate enough to be able to bring so many diverse aspects into their writing and still be acknowledged as a supreme communicator.




Opinion pieces

Information guides

Topical debate



March 2018: Elder - 'Living with Dementia - Your Essential Guide'

Feb 2018: John's Campaign - 'Why John's Campaign is Still So Relevant, and So Needed'

Feb 2018: Dementia Action Alliance - 'Implimenting the PM Challenge on Dementia 2020'

Dec 2017: Elder - 'Prevention - The Pledge the NHS Really Needs from All of Us'

Oct 2017: Oxfordshire Association of Care Providers (OACP) - Talking Care (Issue 4) - Article 'Improvement for all-time, not just crisis-time' and guest editorial -

July 2017: Elder - 'Sandwich Caring - Looking after the Youngest and Oldest in Your Family'

June 2017: Elder - 'The Truth about Unpaid Caring at 65+'

June 2017: Alzheimer's Society Personal Choice Supplement - 'Information is Power' (Page 8)

May 2017: Elder - 'The Emotional Impact of Dementia'

Jan 2017: Care Choices - 'Dementia Friendly Norfolk 2017' (contributor)

Oct 2016: South West Care Magazine - 'Why care improvement is for every social care provider'

Oct 2016: Care Talk - What does it take to pass my 'Mum Test'?

Sept 2016: Alzheimer's Society Personal Choice Supplement - 'Embracing my dad's individuality' (Page 8)

Sept 2016: BRACE Autumn 2016 newsletter - "Hello, My Name Is" (Page 14)

April 2016: Sanctuary Social Work News -

Jan 2016: Sanctuary Social Work News -

May 2015: Mears Group -

May 2015: The Guardian -

March 2015: Dementia Women - 'My dad: A man in a woman's world'

July/Aug 2014: Learning Disability Today - 'Living well with dementia'

June/July 2014: Journal of Community Nursing - 'Making a difference to the lives of people with dementia and their carers'

May 2014: Nursing Times -

May 2014: Jessica Kingsley Publishers 'Creating Culturally Appropriate Outside Spaces and Experiences for People with Dementia' -

March 2014: BRACE newsletter - ‘From my dad's bedside to the G8 Dementia Summit’

Feb 2014: Nursing and Residential Care Journal -;article=NRC_16_3_126

Dec 2013: The Guardian -

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Sept 2013: Yahoo -

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May 2013: Journal of Dementia Care -

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Jan 2013: Nursing and Residential Care Journal -;article=NRC_15_2_102_104

Oct 2012: Nursing Times -

Aug 2012: BRACE newsletter - ‘Finding light in the darkness’

Aug 2012: My Ageing Parent - ‘Positive Dementia Action Plan - Part 2:

July 2012: My Ageing Parent - ‘Positive Dementia Action Plan - Part 1:

July 2012: Nursing Times -

June 2012: Department of Health - ‘Long Term Conditions’ strategy

May 2012: The Gooner -

April 2012: The Gooner -

"Honest, moving and thoughtful - and well written"
Paul Brook, Content & publishing manager for JRF UK
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