Navigating the Road Ahead 2017

par Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex

  • mardi, 21 novembre 2017 de 8:30 Matin à 3:45 Après-midi (HNE)
  • 591 Wellington Rd , London, ON N6C 4R3

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The Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex proudly presents our annual conference. This conference will educate and inform clients, healthcare professionals and those living with cognitive impairment.

This year`s conference will feature:

Research and Clinical Care Panel

Moderated by Dr. Scott McKay, Family Physician

Dr. Elizabeth Finger, Neurologist

Dr. Michael Borrie, Geriatrician

Dr. Lisa Van Bussel, Geriatric Psychiatrist

Sylvia Davidson

BScOT, MSc - Baycrest

Keynote Speaker: Improving Quality of Life through Technology and Care

Rebecca Brown 

MSW, RSW - Western University

Keynote Speaker: Compassion Fatigue and the Impact on Carers

Designing for Dementia Panel 

Moderated by Brad Lohman, The Manor Village Life Centres

Natalie Rowe, Faculty, School of Design, Fanshawe College

- Ron Koudys, Principal, Ron Koudys Landscape Architects INC

Heather Brinker, Occupational Therapist, VHA Home HealthCare

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Détails

Event Date/Time: Tuesday, November 21, 2017  8:30am - 3:45pm (registration opens at 7:45am)

Event Location: London’s Best Western Lamplighter Inn & Conference Centre

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Participants

129

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0

591 Wellington Rd
London, ON N6C 4R3

21 novembre 2017
mardi, 21 novembre 2017 8:30 Matin (HNE)

Organisateur

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Rebecca Lafleur-Hannam - Event Coordinator
Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex
London , ON
N5X 2T1

À propos de cet organisme

The Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex has been actively supporting families and individuals affected by Alzheimer's disease and other dementias since 1982. We provide hope, relief and support as we partner with individuals and families throughout their journey with dementia.