Concurrent Speakers 2020 - Day 1 Afternoon

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Wilco Achterberg

Netherlands

 Nursing home physicians program
 

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Professor Susan Kurrle

Australia

Long-term Huntington's disease care centres

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Lia de Jongh

Netherlands

Long-term Huntington's disease care centres

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Martine Heruer

Netherlands

Small scale group care in large residential care buildings

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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 Ineka Whiteman

Australia

Childhood dementia: the confronting reality of rare paediatric neurological disease

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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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Lorraine Burgess

England, UK

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

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Dr B Sally Rimkeit

New Zealand

A successful Kickstarter Campaign in New Zealand: Dovetale Press Books: Promote Dementia-friendly Libraries. 

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Siobhan Casey

Ireland

My Life My Way: Amplifying Community Activation in Dementia

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Zara Thompson

Australia

ReminiSing – exploring participant perspective sand reflecting on the creation of community-based choirs for people living with dementia and their family supporters.

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Dr Jeanette Tamplin

Australia

ReminiSing – exploring participant perspective sand reflecting on the creation of community-based choirs for people living with dementia and their family supporters.

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Betty Birkenhager

The Netherlands

 ‘More at Home with Dementia’: the effect of training of caregivers who live with someone with dementia.

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Adam Jahnke

Australia

The interplay of humanity and technology to realise the future of dementia care

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Andrew Hoggan

Australia

PainChek® national rollout: implementation of an AI-assisted pain assessment tool for Australian aged care residents with dementia

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Ryan Priest

Australia

Monitoring or Enhancing Care? Embracing Artificial Intelligence with Optical Sensors for Advanced Care and Workforce Support - Innovation vs. Privacy Considerations

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Rob Deeming

Australia

Smart home technology offers a flexible solution for supporting people with dementia and their family.

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Garrie O'Toole

Australia

Promoting Dementia Friendly Hospitals

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Mrs Elaine Newman

Australia

Designing for a Dementia Friendly Health Service
 

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Jason Burton

Australia

Rethinking Respite Using an Enabling Household Model

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Brugh O'Brien

Australia

The Value of Engaging Lived Experience in the Design of the Neurobehavioural Unit at the Repat Health Precinct in Adelaide

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Sarah Jordans

Australia

The Value of Engaging Lived Experience in the Design of the Neurobehavioural Unit at the Repat Health Precinct in Adelaide

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Jenie Aikman

Australia

The Value of Engaging Lived Experience in the Design of the Neurobehavioural Unit at the Repat Health Precinct in Adelaide

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Lara Calder

Australia

When design counts most

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Simon Thorne

Australia

Finding your way: in the city

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Miss Hannah Humphrey

Australia

Finding your way: in the city

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Julie Ockerby

Australia

Coming soon
 

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Andrew Masters

Australia

Our emerging culture of vertical living - Can outrage be a catalyst for outrageous design?

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