Concurrent Speakers 2020 - Day 2 Afternoon

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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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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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Peter Archer

Australia

“With all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind?”: A practical theology of corporate Christian worship, community and well-being in the context of a residential high-care dementia.

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Ashley Roberts

Australia

Through the eyes of Marty - Dementia Support Australia in practice

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Belinda Goodenough

Australia

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

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Margaret Winbolt

Australia

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

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Dr David Sykes

Australia

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

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Elizabeth Beattie

Australia

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

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Elaine Newman

Australia

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

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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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Dr Jacob Kwak

Australia

Communication-related experiences and needs of families for older people living with advanced dementia receiving end-of-life care: A systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative research

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Melissa Reader

Australia

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

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Kirsty Bennett

Australia

Exploring the meaning of community - some examples from the Netherlands

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Martina Hale

Australia

Understanding the experience of people living with dementia as they access public space - current research and how this might inform the design of inclusive public space.

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Simon Drysdale

Australia

3d(ementional) thinking

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Charles Fortin

Australia

Future Trends in Aged Care: A case for the Urban Context

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Katrin Klinger

Australia

Future Trends in Aged Care: A case for the Urban Context

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Kate Hurrell

Australia

Finding your way: through construction!

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Hannah Humphrey

Australia

Finding your way: through construction!

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Nick Seemann

Australia

Mah Jong and putt putt greens: Designing environments to better support communal life

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Katie Formston

Does your design deliver?

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Monique Wijntes

The Netherlands

Refocus on Purpose; Learning from Inspiring Examples

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