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HEALTH AND INACTIVITY CONFERENCE=0A=0AThe Royal Society of Medicine, London=
=0A=0A30th April 2020=0A=0A=EF=BB=BF=0A=0AFront-line professionals understa=
nd more than anyone about the pressures of=0Athe increasing demand on healt=
h and social care at the same time as=0Amanaging tighter budgets. Managing =
this demand is part of the day to day=0Awork of surgeries, clinics, care ho=
mes and wards across the country.=0ADebates on how to best approach these i=
ssues have often focused on how we=0Acan better run our services but it is =
now widely accepted that preventing=0Apeople becoming ill in the first plac=
e =E2=80=93 protecting or improving their=0Ahealth before they need treatme=
nt =E2=80=93 is of increased importance.=0A=0AThe members of a community ar=
e the most valuable resource in shaping=0Asuccessful local programmes. - Sp=
ort England=0A=0AOur 2020 Why Sports conference will provide an inclusive p=
latform to=0Adiscuss current evidence whilst providing insight on how as a =
nation, we=0Acan all work towards a sustainable preventative health approac=
h across our=0Acommunities through the promotion and prescription of physic=
=0A=0APublic Sector =C2=A3225=0A=0A3rd Sector =C2=A3175=0A=0APrivate Sector=
 =C2=A3395=0A=0AFor more information call +44(0)161 464 8688=0A=0A[2]REGIST=
ER INTEREST / BUY TICKETS=0A=0ADementia is not a natural part of ageing. We=
 all forget a name or a face=0Asometimes. Especially as we get older. But d=
ementia is something different=0A.=0A=0AMemory problems are one of a number=
 of symptoms that people with dementia=0Amay experience. Others include dif=
ficulties with planning, thinking things=0Athrough, struggling to keep up w=
ith a conversation, and sometimes changes=0Ain mood or behaviour.=0A=0ADeme=
ntia doesn=E2=80=99t just affect older people. Over 40,000 people under 65 =
in=0Athe UK have dementia. This is called early-onset or young-onset dement=
ia .=0ATim McLachlan Operations Director for Local Services, will speak at =
the=0AHealth and Inactivity Conference about supporting people affected by=
=0Adementia to lead more active lives in their community.[3] Click here to=
=0Alearn more about the Alzheimer's Society.=0A=0ASue Brown CEO of ARMA UK =
will speak at the Health and Inactivity=0AConference. Sue is the CEO of the=
 Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance=0A(ARMA), a role which she took up =
in February 2017. Sue has over 20 years=0Aexperience of policy work in heal=
th and social care. Before joining ARMA,=0ASue was Head of Public Policy at=
 deaf blind charity Sense and Vice-Chair of=0Athe Care and Support Alliance=
 and previously worked for Mind. Sue is a keen=0Asupporter of Parkrun. [4]C=
lick here to learn more about ARMA=0A=0AWhy Sports are asking for contribut=
ions from our community for our blog=0Asite. If you have an inspiring case =
study or a story to tell that has=0Aincreased activity , please do not hesi=
tate to get in touch.=0A=0A[5]Contact us=0A=0APartner Profile:=0A=0AHow do =
you get people with dementia interested in physical activity? =EF=BB=BFHow=
=0Ado you motivate them to keep exercising to improve their health?=0A=0A[6=
]Click here to find out more=0A=0A[7]TAKE ME TO THE WHY SPORTS BLOG SITE=0A=
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