Contemporary Approaches to Environmental Design for People with Dementia

Nic McBride

30 October 2017 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Australia/Hobart

Wrest Point Convention Centre

410 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay TAS 7005

6221 1888

Liz Thomas, Korongee Project Development Manager, 0412 977 161

How can the design of aged care facilities better accommodate the particular needs of people with dementia?

Glenview Community Services invite you to a lunchtime address by leading Australian academic, and globally recognised authority on dementia, Professor Richard Fleming.

Richard Fleming is a psychologist who has worked with the elderly for more than thirty years. He is a Professor in the Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health, at the University of Wollongong and Director of the NSW/ACT Dementia Training  tudy Centre.

Between 1995 and 2010 Professor Fleming was the Director of the HammondCare Dementia Services Development Centre and led a team that delivered training to 14,000 aged and health care staff under the Australian Government’s Dementia are Essentials program. He has published papers on environmental design, reminiscing therapy, reality orientation, assessment of the elderly and service evaluation and is the principal author of books on care planning for people with dementia, environmental design and a comparison between Australian and Japanese dementia care.

$80 per head or $700 corporate table for ten people

RSVP by Monday 23 October to korongee@glenview.org.au or call the Korongee Project Development Manager Liz Thomas  on 0412 977 161