When/where: 11am-1pm at the Sydney Town Hall
Learn how to reduce risks around dementia with keynote speaker Professor Kaarin Anstey; Dr Bill Brooks talks about early onset Alzheimer's and what to look for; Professor Stephen Lord speaks about why strength and balance exercises are very important as we age and how to reduce your risk of falls; Prof Jacqueline Close shares insights into her research area in falls in people with cognitive impairment and dementia.
When/where: 11am-1pm at The National Gallery of Victoria
Learn how to reduce risks around dementia with keynote speaker Professor Kaarin Anstey; Dr Hanna Hensen talks about the importance of sleep and ageing, discussing how much sleep you really need; Dr Bill Brooks talks about early onset Alzheimer's, what to look for and new research; Associate Professor Julie Brown shares how to keep you driving safer for longer as you age; and Associate Professor Kylie Radford speaks about critical dementia education in rural indigenous communities.
For more information on what individuals can do, watch NeuRAtalks on dementia risk factors at www.neuratalks.org. All seminars will go live nationally at 7pm AEST.