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"Remember Me" - Alzheimers Auckland 3rd Annual Symposium

"Remember Me" - Alzheimers Auckland 3rd Annual Symposium

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When:

  • Sun 30 Aug ’15, 1:00pm – 4:30pm

Where:

Diocesan School for Girls, Clyde St, Epsom

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Suggested Donation: $10.00

For anyone working with or supporting people with dementia, our third annual Symposium, Remember Me is a “can’t miss” event.

This fantastic, informative afternoon is all about arming those who care for people with dementia with tips and tricks, information, and ideas around how they can support those with dementia; especially when they are often unable to easily express their needs.

With speakers discussing everything from exercise for the brain, pain management, advanced care planning, and cognitive stimulation therapy through to their own experiences with dementia; carers, people with dementia, and professionals alike will be blown away by the level of insight they can gain in an afternoon.

We know the challenges people affected by dementia face. Come along to Remember Me to find out how to make each day better for everyone.

Speakers include:
Carlene Newall - Professional Teaching Fellow, Dance Studies, University of Auckland
Graeme Linton – Person with dementia
Angela Caughey - Author and past carer
Lorraine Hunter - Daughter of a person who had dementia
Sue Thompson, Regional Dementia Behavioural Support and Advisor
Kate Kersey – Lecturer Health Law and Ethics, AUT University
Dr Richard Worrell – Old Age Psychiatrist, ADHB
Dr Gary Cheung - Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Medical and Health Science, Auckland University

Email info@alzheimers.co.nz to register today - don't miss out!

A light afternoon tea will be provided.
Off-street parking provided.

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