Freelance Campaigner, Consultant, Writer and Blogger
A pioneering campaigner, consultant, writer and blogger with a passion for dementia, health, social care and issues affecting older people, Beth’s work has been described as engaging, informative, inspiring and easy to understand. She believes in appealing to the hearts and minds of her audience, communicating honestly and passionately, and tackling subjects that many people might consider ‘difficult’. After walking side-by-side with her Dad during the 19 years of his dementia, Beth began her D4Dementia blog http://d4dementia.blogspot.co.uk/ in May 2012, and has since gone on to win ‘Best Independent Voice on Older People’s Issues’ at the Older People in the Media Awards, worked with the UK Government on the G8 Dementia Summit, and provided her expertise to numerous Government agencies and health and social care providers. Beth’s portfolio can be found on her website http://www.bethbritton.com/ and her work can be read in a wide variety of online and print media. She also undertakes public speaking engagements. When not busy with work or being a mum, her other interests are varied and extensive, and include many different sports and forms of entertainment. She is also passionate about travelling, current affairs, food, relationship and lifestyle issues to name just a few.