We all know that physical activity and exercise can reduce your risk of getting dementia, but what role does it have in good care and support of people with dementia?At this symposium, attendees will hear about the latest research in the field and innovative programs which are engaging people with dementia in physical activity and exercise.
With government policies and programs emphasising restorative and wellness approaches, this symposium is a must for aged care and health organisations (management and client contact staff), policy makers, researchers, allied health professionals, rehabilitation services, exercise physiologists and personal trainers.
To secure your seat, please complete the Guest Payment Form (PDF) and send it to:
Alzheimer’s Australia NSW
F: (02) 8875 4665 | E: GroupDevelopmentNSW@alzheimers.org.au
Learn how you can support a restraint free environment
- a Supporting a Restraint Free Environment handbook
- Making a Decision flowcharts to assist staff with care planning
- a checklist to assist care workers in early identification of behaviour issues
- fact sheets to help relatives, friends and carers.