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FiFtEENtH NatiONal CONFERENCE
researcH/WellBeing
concert Hall
chair: ellen skladzien
liBeration
chancellor 5
chair: anne Kelly
creativity
chancellor 4
chair: Marilyn Pinkard
reHaBilitation
grand Ballroom 3
chair: anna Wolf
WellBeing
chancellor 7
chair: annette Davey
WellBeing 2
Harbour view 2
chair: Marie alford
service
grand Ballroom 1
chair: sally garratt
service 2
grand Ballroom 2
chair: robyn faine
leisUre
Harbour view 1
chair: catherine Meredith
leisUre 2
WorKsHoP
chancellor 6
1100 1130 The prevalence of
behavioural and
psychological symptoms
of dementia in people
living at home with their
families
christine neville
Using GPS technology to
promote social inclusion
for people living with
dementia
Helena cromb
`'Drawing Myself Out'':
Individual art therapy for
carers of people with
dementia
Marg coutts
Participant case reviews
using a structured
cognitive stimulation
based dementia
intervention
Program
John ashby
The long road to opening
a dementia day centre
specifically designed
for people living with
younger onset dementia
alison easton
Getting to know you
Personalising patient
Care
anne axam
What would you do if?
isabel Baker
Non pharmacological
management of BPSD
based on dementia specific
models of care
sonali Pinto
Getaway YES we can!
christine atkins
Unlocking the door to
humour who holds the
key?
Peter spitzer
1130 1200 Beyond dementia and
depression: Collaborating
with beyond blue to
promote a greater focus
on depression as it
affects people living with
dementia
laurel gourlay
Emotional Memory
What do we know?
Judith groube
A Colourful Future: The
importance of colour in
the design of dementia
specific residential care
Debbie De fiddes
Computerised cognitive
Training in late life:
Efficacy and domain-
specific timecourse of
Benefits
amit lampit
Home alone with
dementia
David evans
The community garden
project: Achieving quality
of life for those living with
younger onset dementia
Patricia Baines
Alignment between
informal carers and formal
dementia care workers:
Perspectives on community
service delivery
Kate-ellen elliott
The Dementia Care in
Hospitals Program A
re-evaluation in the Private
Sector
Mark yates
Promoting social
interaction: An evaluation
evaluation of
ANGLICARE Chesalon's
`Dine and Dance' event
Wilna Mans and
Jenny godin
1200 1230 Vietnamese carers'
perceived barriers to
utilisation of dementia
care services in South
Australia
lesley Habel
`'That's what I want!''...
''No, no way!'':
Perceptions of older
people and families
towards expression of
sexuality
cindy Jones
Social inclusion through
the arts
lenore De la Perrelle
Designing environments
for people in the final
stages of dementia
richard fleming
Putting the pieces
together
Michele Prior
Dementia, stigma, health
and wellbeing Are there
connections?
elizabeth Beattie
Evaluating a memory
assessment program: How
does the program impact
on unplanned admissions
to hospital and emergency
respite for people with
dementia?
Joy Bowles
Younger onset dementia: A
framework for best practice
in support services
Kylie sait
Sensory garden
frances campbell
1230 1330
lUncH
Federation Ballroom
1330 1345
A sensory interlude
Concert Hall
1345 1500
leisUre: Plenary Presentation
Concert Hall
your brain matters
Brain Health:
Michael valenzuela, Associate Professor & Leader, Regenerative Neuroscience Group, Brain & Mind Research Institute,
The University of Sydney, NSW
Exercise:
nicola lautenschlager, Professor of Psychiatry of Old Age, Academic Unit for Psychiatry of Old Age, University of Melbourne, VIC
Real Food:
Matthew evans, The Gourmet Farmer, TAS
1500 1530
afternoon refresHMents
Federation Ballroom