Dementia Support Australia will share stories from the field, the latest updates of service operations during the pandemic, and provide access to valuable resources including help sheets and care support guides for people with dementia and their carers at the upcoming International Dementia Conference, #IDC2020.
In the current climate of uncertainty in the Australian aged care sector how we move forward to ensure the best care is provided for those people most in need is crucial.
The International Dementia Conference “Care in the Age of Outrage “will showcase international and national experts in the field of dementia care to discuss topics that provide actionable knowledge to the sector.
During the on-demand element of the conference, Ashley Roberts, a dementia consultant from NSW will explore the clinical and psychosocial elements of some of his most challenging cases in his presentation “A day in the life of”.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to share some of the wonderful stories from our Dementia Consultants”, says Head of Operations Andrew Hazard.
These have been very difficult times for the sector, but we have worked tirelessly to be able to provide the services of Dementia Support Australia to the people that contact us.”
For those interested in how the DSA service is operating Tom Morris, Service Manager at the Dementia Centre and Marie Alford who is Head of Business Operations, will look back at the DSA program, some of the services achievements and learnings.
Attendees of the live-streamed and on-demand event will also gain access to Dementia Support Australia resources and videos available on their sponsor page.
View the full conference program and register now at www.dementiaconference.com