We invite you and your colleagues to join us for an afternoon of discussion, reflection and sharing about the practical, clinical and research aspects of Mild Cognitive Impairment and to explore opportunities for collaborating on upcoming funding calls.

Mild Cognitive Impairment is a relatively new term used to describe problems with mental abilities such as thinking, knowing and remembering. There are large gaps in knowledge about how to inform, support and maintain people with this diagnosis.


AAL-WELL (Ambient Assisted Living for Wellness, Engagement and Long Life) is a multidisciplinary international research project involving academics from the University of Sheffield, the Karolinska Insitutet, Sweden and two Canadian institutions – the Simon Fraser University and the Toronto Rehab Institute. The project works with older people with MCI to explore ways in which technology could benefit them.

the AAL-WELL research is revealing a range of interesting and challenging issues that are beyond the scope of the current project but which merit further exploration and we are keen to discuss the potential for collaboration on future funding bids.


The event will take place on Thursday 23rd October 2014

in the Pemberton Room, Regents Court, 30 Regent Street, Sheffield, S1 4DA

Starting at 12.00pm and finishing at 5.00pm

To register, please email the CATCH Centre Development Assistant Corinne Wills c.wills@sheffield.ac.uk with your full name, title, organisation and any dietary requirements.

Registration closes on Monday 20th October 2014 and places are limited, so please register early to avoid disappointment .