Cluster Speakers

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Dr Ineka Whiteman

Australia

Childhood dementia: the confronting reality of rare paediatric neurological disease

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Lorraine Burgess

England, UK

Cancer and Dementia - To Treat or Not to Treat, That is the Question

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Lynne Stone

Australia

From clinic to community: An innovative model of collaborative care for those with language-led dementia

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Cathleen Taylor-Rubin

Australia

From clinic to community: An innovative model of collaborative care for those with language-led dementia

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Garrie O'Toole

Australia

Promoting Dementia Friendly Hospitals

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Elaine Newman

Australia

“Free” Workforce Training In Dementia: Exploring Questions Of Cost, Investment, Value, and Impact.

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Jason Burton

Australia

Rethinking Respite Using an Enabling Household Model

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Dr Amee Baird

Australia

Love and Dementia

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Jill Johnson-Young

United States

We need to talk about grief and loss when dementia enters your relationship: Managing the losses caused by dementia in an intimate partnership

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Phillip Goulding

Australia

Aged and Homeless - you get what you deserve!

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Dr Allison Rowlands

Australia

Best practice residential care for older people with complex health care needs experiencing homelessness: stories from the field

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Simon Thorne

Australia

Finding your way: in the city

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Dr Claire O'Connor

Australia

Transition to residential care for older people with complex needs who are homeless

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Joanne Roseman

Australia

Decisions, Dying, and Death with Dementia

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Wendy Hall

Australia

Dementia Doulas - creating a more consistent and community approach to end-of-life care. Why? Because no one should be going it alone.

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Melissa Reader

Australia

LifeCircle - A solution to improve the end-of-life experience

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Professor Jeff Hughes

Australia

Pain in dementia: Prevalence, severity and detection

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Mustafa Atee

Australia

PainChek™ in Practice

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Samantha Bews

Australia

The Language My Mother Speaks

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Deanne Morris

Australia

‘But I will need to wear my lipstick.’

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Lyntara Quirke

Australia

Through my Husband's Eyes

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Glenys Petrie

Australia

There, but quietly in the shadows.

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Dr. Natalie Yates-Bolton

England, UK

Empowered Conversations: the transformative power of effective communication with people living with dementia

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Dr Lise Barry

Australia

What Can We Learn from Spotify about the Decision-Making Rights of People with Dementia?

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Dr Julie Christie

England

Dependent Independence: A new paradigm in the care and support of people living with dementia.

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Francesca Greenwood

Scotland, UK

"I SEE YOU" Noticing the humanity of people with advanced dementia by exploring the stories of meaningful connection between people with and without advanced dementia.

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John Quinn

Australia

Masculinity and Social Mores: How can gender, and the era in which you are born, influence the impact of your diagnosis of dementia?

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Agnes Houston MBE

United Kingdom

Agnes Houston MBE is a dementia activist who has always put others first.

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Sean Kelly

Australia

Sean’s Story – Living with Frontotemporal Dementia

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Theresa Flavin

Australia

Dementia Centre Associate Consultant-Lived Experience, living with younger onset dementia

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