Approved to be an MSNAP Peer Reviewer

I am delighted to have been approved to be a Memory Services National Accreditation Programme (MSNAP) Peer Reviewer. The Royal College of Psychiatrists run MSNAP, working with services to assure and improve the quality of memory services for people with memory problems / dementia and their carers. You can find out more about MSNAP here:

Profile interview for and

I have been interviewed by Sue Learner from and about my life caring for my father and the work I do now. You can read the interview here: Profile: ‘Caring for my father was a privilege I wished had never ended,’ says dementia campaigner Beth Britton — (@carehome_co_uk) April 1, 2014

Speaking at NHS Expo

I spoke at this year’s NHS Health and Care Innovation Expo in Manchester alongside Professor June Andrews and Professor Alistair Burns. The title of our session was ‘Are we doing enough for people living with dementia?’. During my time at Expo I was delighted to meet with people who are living with dementia, past and

BRACE unveils high profile Ambassadors

I am delighted to announce that I have joined Jonathan Dimbleby as a new Ambassador for BRACE. BRACE unveils high profile new ambassadors @dimbleby_jd @bethyb1886 @ArcSevenComms — BRACE Alzheimers Research (@AlzheimersBRACE) November 8, 2013 BRACE said, “We warmly welcome Jonathan and Beth to our team of Ambassadors and are very grateful for their continued

The Older People in the Media Awards shortlist 2013

I am honoured to have been shortlisted for the Older People in the Media Awards (formerly the Roses Media Awards) for the second year running. I am shortlisted for ‘Best Independent Voice on Older People’s Issues (Independent Age special award)’ alongside Dr Ros Altmann, Richard Humphries, Professor David Oliver, Paul Burstow MP and Pippa Kelly.

The Debate – “A Great Success”

Tonight’s BRACE Dementia Debate, the first ever to be hosted by the charity in their home city of Bristol, has proved a great success. Thanks to Myra Conway, @stevewebb1, Zara Ross, Seth Love and @bethyb1886 – a fantastic panel #discussdementia — BRACE Alzheimers Research (@AlzheimersBRACE) October 3, 2013 Jonathan Dimbleby hosted the event, with a

Walking in memory of my dad

I’m proud to have completed my first Memory Walk for Alzheimer’s Society. The finish!!! 10km #MemoryWalk for @alzheimerssoc — Beth Britton (@bethyb1886) September 21, 2013 I’m also pleased to have exceeded my fundraising target. Many thanks to everyone who donated for my walk. My hope is that the money I’ve raised, along with the thousands