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International Dementia Conference – Care in the Age of Outrage ePosterS

INTEGRATED CARE MODEL BY IMPLEMENTING DEMENTIA CARE MAPPING (DCM) IN A NURSING HOME
INTEGRATED CARE MODEL BY IMPLEMENTING DEMENTIA CARE MAPPING (DCM) IN A NURSING HOME
Varadhan Arivazhagi
Interactive Demonstration: The Umps Health Smart Home
Interactive Demonstration: The Umps Health Smart Home
Adam Jahnke
Harmony in the Bush: A personalised dementia care model improves sleep in residents with dementia in rural aged care facilities
Harmony in the Bush: A personalised dementia care model improves sleep in residents with dementia in rural aged care facilities
Abraham Kuot
It keeps me on track: results of an evaluation of commonly prescribed assistive technology devices for people with cognitive impairment
It keeps me on track: results of an evaluation of commonly prescribed assistive technology devices for people with cognitive impairment
Pamela Maryse Arndt
Understanding the needs of carers and people living with dementia through a research and entrepreneurial lens
Understanding the needs of carers and people living with dementia through a research and entrepreneurial lens
Nan Yu
‘What if they forget who we are?’: adapting the Meeting Centre Support Programme during lockdown and physical distancing
‘What if they forget who we are?’: adapting the Meeting Centre Support Programme during lockdown and physical distancing
Graham Galloway
A Qualitative Evaluation of Paths for All’s Dementia Friendly Walking Groups
A Qualitative Evaluation of Paths for All’s Dementia Friendly Walking Groups
Emma Anderson
“With all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind?”: A practical theology of Christian worship, community and well-being in the context of a residential high-care dementia setting.
“With all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind?”: A practical theology of Christian worship, community and well-being in the context of a residential high-care dementia setting.
Peter Archer
Talking Mats: the details matter when using this tool for supporting difficult conversations in dementia settings
Talking Mats: the details matter when using this tool for supporting difficult conversations in dementia settings
Elizabeth Clark
Framing Hearing in The Dementia Care Picture
Framing Hearing in The Dementia Care Picture
Clare Combey
NEW DEMENTIA THERAPY FOR EARLY TO MID STAGE ALZHEIMER’S AND OTHER DEMENTIAS. THIS METHOD CAN BE USED BY PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA OR DELIVERED BY THEIR CARERS.
NEW DEMENTIA THERAPY FOR EARLY TO MID STAGE ALZHEIMER’S AND OTHER DEMENTIAS. THIS METHOD CAN BE USED BY PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA OR DELIVERED BY THEIR CARERS.
Robyn Etherington, Philip Etherington
Artful: Art and dementia online toolkit – A resource for creative connection building (Museum of Contemporary Art Australia)
Artful: Art and dementia online toolkit – A resource for creative connection building (Museum of Contemporary Art Australia)
Yael Filipovic
Outrageous options: Let’s change the dementia paradigm so we can live well
Outrageous options: Let’s change the dementia paradigm so we can live well
Gaynor Macdonald
A different way of knowing: using Arts-Based methods to explore people with dementia’s experiences of music
A different way of knowing: using Arts-Based methods to explore people with dementia’s experiences of music
Kate McMahon
Assessment of cognitive performance in older Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Australians using Computerised versus Pencil-and-Paper Neuropsychological Assessments
Assessment of cognitive performance in older Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Australians using Computerised versus Pencil-and-Paper Neuropsychological Assessments
Zara Page
Dementia and Self-Management: a peer to peer resource
Dementia and Self-Management: a peer to peer resource
Lucy Robertson, Agnes Houston MBE , Nancy McAdam BEM , Dr James McKillop MBE , David Batchelor
Knowing Me and Knowing You- There ARE Somethings we can do: Using Creative Resources to help us get to know people living with dementia in care homes.
Knowing Me and Knowing You- There ARE Somethings we can do: Using Creative Resources to help us get to know people living with dementia in care homes.
Edel Roddy
Using Open Badges to Enhance & Share Learning about Building Relationships between Care Home Staff and Residents
Using Open Badges to Enhance & Share Learning about Building Relationships between Care Home Staff and Residents
Edel Roddy
THREE QUARTER TIME
THREE QUARTER TIME
Petra Taylor-Smith
Culturally responsive dementia care in the community
Culturally responsive dementia care in the community
Karen Thode
Promoting Independence Through quality dementia Care at Home (PITCH): a co-designed education program for front-line home care workers
Promoting Independence Through quality dementia Care at Home (PITCH): a co-designed education program for front-line home care workers
Briony Dow
Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast
Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast
Mary Gurgone
Where could the story end? A look into domestic and international end of life options for Australians
Where could the story end? A look into domestic and international end of life options for Australians
Felicity Iredale
Cognitive reserve as a protective factor for late life cognition in near-centenarians and centenarians and moderating effects of the apolipoprotein E gene 
Cognitive reserve as a protective factor for late life cognition in near-centenarians and centenarians and moderating effects of the apolipoprotein E gene 
Ashwini Durga Kumar
Quantitative analysis of psychotropic medication - Prevalence and Functional outcomes in a neurocognitive unit at Queensland, Australia
Quantitative analysis of psychotropic medication - Prevalence and Functional outcomes in a neurocognitive unit at Queensland, Australia
Lit Min Sam
Workplace Wellbeing Assist - creating a mentally healthy residential aged care workplace
Workplace Wellbeing Assist - creating a mentally healthy residential aged care workplace
Wendi Kruger
Dementia Care  a Specialty within a Specialty: What is the Outrage? QUALITY Care is Non-Negotiable.
Dementia Care a Specialty within a Specialty: What is the Outrage? QUALITY Care is Non-Negotiable.
Janett Dobler
FOUR LETTER WORDS IN DEMENTIA NURSING: CARE,  HOPE, LIFE, AGED
FOUR LETTER WORDS IN DEMENTIA NURSING: CARE, HOPE, LIFE, AGED
Georgina Hoddle
Immunising the elderly: risk? fear? pain?
Immunising the elderly: risk? fear? pain?
Georgina Hoddle
PARTNERING IN CARE
PARTNERING IN CARE
Holly Markwell
Evidencing culture change to reduce Loneliness, Helplessness and Boredom
Evidencing culture change to reduce Loneliness, Helplessness and Boredom
Fran Larkey
Inter-professional work on improvement of dementia care based on sleep state
Inter-professional work on improvement of dementia care based on sleep state
Atsushi Ushida
Non-pharmacological intervention in reducing psychotropic medication use – Harmony in the Bush Dementia Study
Non-pharmacological intervention in reducing psychotropic medication use – Harmony in the Bush Dementia Study
Daya Ram Parajuli
Muru Music Health
Muru Music Health
Nic Jones
Dutch "doctor design": the elderly care physician
Dutch "doctor design": the elderly care physician
Betty Birkenhager
Evolutive Housing: Homes that adapt to the varying stages of life
Evolutive Housing: Homes that adapt to the varying stages of life
Charles Fortin, Katrin Klinger
Gardens That Care: The Importance of Dementia Enabling Landscapes in the Support of People Living with Dementia
Gardens That Care: The Importance of Dementia Enabling Landscapes in the Support of People Living with Dementia
Tara Graham-Cochrane


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