Care in the age of outrage

Are we able to care in an age of outrage? Will fear or collaboration drive the culture and future of aged care? These are central considerations of our International Dementia Conference taking place on 11-12th June 2020.

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Professor Craig Ritchie

Prof Ritchie is the Professor of Psychiatry of Ageing at the University of Edinburgh and Director of Edinburgh Dementia Prevention


Professor June Andrews

Professor June Andrews is an authoritative dementia expert with a focus on improving the public understanding of dementia.


Dr Stephen Judd

Dr Stephen Judd has more than 25 years’ experience in the health care and information technology industries.


Mary Jane Grant

Mary Jane Grant provides sign language interpreting services to deaf communities in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.


Lenny White

Lenny ‘the dementia friendly barber’ will be joining our conference line up.


Emi Kiyota

Emi Kiyota is the founder and director of Ibasho, an organization that facilitates the co-creation with elders of socially integrated, sustainable communities that value their elders.


Professor John Swinton

John Swinton is Professor in Practical Theology and Pastoral Care in the School of Divinity, Religious Studies and Philosophy at the University of Aberdeen. 


David Hughes

David is currently a Director of Townscape Design Initiatives – a small company providing specific townscape design advice in the architectural field based in Sevenoaks in Kent.

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