Lords debate: National Dementia Strategy

23 June 2009

Baroness Murphy (Crossbench) will call attention to the National Dementia Strategy, in a debate this Thursday, 25 June, in the House of Lords

Baroness Thornton will speak on behalf of the Government.

Members scheduled to take part include:

  • Baroness Greengross (Crossbench); Vice-President of Age Concern and Secretary to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia
  • Baroness Perry of Southwark (Conservative); Patron of the Alzheimers Research Trust
  • Baroness Howe of Idlicote (Crossbench); former deputy chair of the Equal Opportunities Commission
  • Baroness Murphy (Crossbench); Vice-President of the Alzheimer’s Society and former Professor of old age psychiatry
  • Baroness Pitkeathley (Labour); Vice President of Carers UK and former Director of the National Council for Carers
  • Lord Rix (Crossbench); President of MENCAP
  • Lord Warner (Labour); former member of Carers National Association and former Government spokesperson for the Department of Health
  • Lord Walton of Detchant (Crossbench); Professor of neurology and former President of the General Medical Council and the British Medical Association
  • Baroness Barker (Liberal Democrat); spokesperson for Health
  • Lord McColl of Dulwich (Conservative); Opposition spokesperson for Health
  • Baroness Thornton (Labour); Government spokesperson for Health

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