Join us at The Hilton Sydney for the International Dementia Conference 2014

Risky Business 2 – this time it's personal! will consider the opportunities and challenges confronting care for people with dementia. The International Dementia Conference will feature highly regarded international and national keynote speakers, numerous invited speakers, academic and research papers, case studies, workshops and poster presentations. 

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How do we support people with dementia to live their lives well?
Are we really delivering care that is personal to the person with dementia and their carer?
What changes did you make after Risky Business 2012?

This will be an opportunity like no other to network and engage with industry leaders and experts from all over the world. As well as an international standard conference, a major component of the event will be the extensive exhibition, showcasing the best of the industry. Leading exhibitors from around the globe will display products, services and innovations in this world standard exhibition. In addition to the delegates, it is anticipated that many visitors will attend the free exhibition.

Alistair Burns
Alistair Burns

Professor of Old Age Psychiatry; Vice Dean, Faculty of Medical & Human Sciences

Colm Cunningham
Colm Cunningham

A/Prof, The Dementia Centre

John Swinton
John Swinton

Professor in Practical Theology and Pastoral Care; Honorary Professor of Nursing

Mary Marshall
Mary Marshall

Emeritus Professor

 

 

 

 






Risky Business 2: this time it's personal! will consider the future that we are shaping for people with dementia. The conference will address risk from everyone’s point of view; from the risks people with dementia choose to take in their lives, to the challenges of building and delivering services that provide choice and therapeutic benefits, to the legislative and policy context that simultaneously seeks to protect and deny certain freedoms.

Care and support The conference will bring together delegates from across the globe, all with a passion to improve the lives of people with dementia. The conference is for everyone involved in supporting people with dementia and their carers, who have a desire to make positive change happen.

"I look forward to welcoming you to HammondCare’s 2014 International Dementia Conference: Risky Business 2: this time it's personal! This event will explore the confronting realities and challenging risks that arise when supporting people with dementia to live meaningful lives."

Dr Stephen Judd
Chief Executive, HammondCare

Care and Support

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