Awareness and stigma

PO1-002

PERCEPTION OF DEMENTIA IN BANGLADESH.
Md Rashed Suhrawardy (Bangladesh)

PO1-003

“WAKA”,31 SYLLABLES OF JAPANESE POEM. WAS HIS SPIRITUAL SUPPORT FOR HIS SENILE LIFE.
Kazuyo Nishiguchi (Japan)

PO1-004

EXPERIENCES, AWARENESS AND SUPPORTS FOR ADOLESCENTS WHO HAVE OLDER RELATIVES LIVING WITH DEMENTIA.
Kristine Newman (Canada)

PO1-005

DEMENTIA AWARENESS CAMPAIGN IN PENANG, MALAYSIA.
Li Li Chen (Malaysia)

PO1-006

PROMOTING OF UNDERSTANDING DEMENTIA – REPORT OF THE PROJECT, “DANCING WITH PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA – LET’S DANCE TOGETHER”.
Mari Miyake (Japan)

PO1-008

GLOBAL DEMENTIA PROJECT- A PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPLORATION OF GLOBAL DEMENTIA.
Leah Beach (United States)

PO1-009

HOW DO YOU EXPLAIN DEMENTIA TO A SIX YEAR OLD? THE ALLY BALLY BEE PROJECT’S PERSONALISED CHILDREN’S BOOK ABOUT DEMENTIA.
Matthew Adams (United Kingdom)

 PO1-011 RAISING AWARENESS ABOUT ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AND VASCULAR DEMENTIA IN THE AFRICAN-CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY
David Trustwell (United Kingdom)

PO1-012

RAISING AWARENESS AND KNOWLEDGE OF DEMENTIA IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA. OUTCOMES OF AWARENESS SESSIONS IN GHANA.
Susanne Spittel (Germany)

PO1-013

NARRATIVE AND VOICE IN DEMENTIA CAMPAIGNING: BUILDING FUTURE MODELS.
Irja Haapala (Australia)

PO1-226

STUDIES OF GENERAL PUBLIC’S KNOWLEDGE OF AND ATTITUDES TOWARD DEMENTIA IN THE MID TAIWAN
Yueh-Yun Tsay (Taiwan)

 PO1-227  THE CURRENT STATE OF THE RECOGNITION AND THE ISSUE FOR DEMENTIA WITH OLDER PEOPLE IN NARA, JAPAN: KAGUYA PROJECT BASELINE SURVEY
Naomi YAMASAKI (Japan)
   

Building alliances and collaboration

PO1-014

THE UK MEMORY SERVICES NATIONAL ACCREDITATION PROGRAMME (MSNAP)
Emma Copland (United Kingdom)

PO1-015

ATHENS ASSOCIATION OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND RELATED DISORDERS (AAADRD): NETWORKING IN THE COMMUNITY
Patra Blekou (Greece)

PO1-016

THE NORWEGIAN HEALTH ASSOCIATION'S DEMENTIA RESEARCH PROGRAM
Siri Hov Eggen (Norway)

PO1-017

ESSENTIAL WORKPLACE ELEMENTS FOR EMPLOYEE RETENTION AT FACILITIES COVERED BY PUBLIC AID PROVIDING LONG-TERM CARE TO THE ELDERLY AS IDENTIFIED BY NURSES AND CARE WORKERS
Akemi OGATA (Japan)

PO1-018

THE IMPORTANCE OF TACKLING DEMENTIA GLOBALLY
Philippa Tree (United Kingdom)

PO1-019

HARNESSING THE POWER OF CIVIL SOCIETY TO ACT ON DEMENTIA
Amy Little (United Kingdom)

 

 

Dementia friendly communities – 1

PO1-020

ACTIVITIES OF INTEGRATED COMMUNITY CARE (ORANGENET AAJ ) IN KOMAGANE-CITY NAGANO PREFECTURE.
Keiko Yamanishi (Japan)

PO1-021

SHONAN ORANGE PLAN – DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITY IN KANAGAWA, JAPAN.
Kazumi Ota (Japan)

PO1-023

CONSIDERATION OF THE DEMENTIA DEVELOPMENTAL APPROACH PROGRAM FOR ENJOY LEARNING.
Seiko Masuda (Japan)

PO1-024

COMMUNITY BASED CARE OF DEMENTIA IN THE SDA CHURCH.
Kuanhung Lin (Taiwan)

PO1-025

RESPECT & CARE FOR OUR ELDERS - NIGERIA AND CULTURE OF CARE.
Kikelomo Edwards (Nigeria)

PO1-026

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES- ARE WE SPEAKING THE SAME LANGUAGE? A THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF MODELS ACROSS DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.
C T Sudhir Kumar (India)

PO1-027

DEMENTIA AWARENESS ACTIVITIES AT SHOPPING SPACES, USING COMICS AND GAMES: IN COLLABORATION WITH FAMILY CARERS, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS.
Kazuyuki Hasegawa (Japan)

PO1-028

WALK MORE FEEL THE DIFFERENCE – SUPPORTING WALKING FOR HEALTH GROUPS IN SCOTLAND TO BECOME DEMENTIA FRIENDLY.
Carl Greenwood (United Kingdom)

PO1-029

TOWN SQUARE, AN INTERNATIONAL MODEL: DESIGNING A DEMENTIA FRIENDLY IMMERSIVE REPLICA 1950S ERA URBAN ADULT DAY PROGRAM ENVIRONMENT.
Scott Tarde (United States)

PO1-030

SMALL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT SUPPORTERS.
Katsuhiro Tanaka (Japan)

PO1-031

ALZHEIMER’S SOCIETY’S DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES: CREATING MEANINGFUL SOCIETAL CHANGE.
Emma Bould (United Kingdom)

PO1-032

MEN WITH DEMENTIA IN KUMAMOTOEARTHQUAKE.
Kenji Toyota (Japan)

PO1-033

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY TOOLKIT FOR GP PRACTICES.
Diane Smith (United Kingdom)

PO1-034

EXPERIENCES FROM THE FIRST HOUSE OF CAREGIVERS AND DEMENTIA-FRIENDLY CITY IN COSTA RICA.
Norbel GARITA Roman (Costa Rica

 

 

Dementia friends or supporters

PO1-036

KIKIGAKI –PRIVATE ORAL HISTORY.
Michiko Kanzaki (Japan)

PO1-037

THE ROLE OF TELEPHONE SUPPOUT SYSTEM FOR "THE FAMILY AND PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA".
Yoshinori Ozaki (Japan)

PO1-038

A STUDY OF SELF-HELP GROUPS OF ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA:
BASED ON ACTIVITIES BY A PREFECTURAL CHAPTER OF THE ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION JAPAN.
Chizuru Fukuzaki (Japan)

PO1-040

DEMENTIA VOLUNTEER WORK MODEL IN FINNISH LAPLAND FOR DISPERSED SETTLEMENT.
Nina Siira-Kuoksa (Finland)

 

 

Dementia policies

PO1-041

EVALUATION OF THE KOREA DEMENTIA COPING PATHWAY(KDCOP) USING THE KOREA DEMENTIA INDICES(KDI).
Kim Ki Woong (Republic Of Korea)

 PO1-042  THE DEVELOPMENT AND THE PRACTICE OF DEMENTIA SCREENING QUESTIONNAIRE
Yoshimasa Takase (Japan)

PO1-043

WHAT THE MOST APPROPRIATE ACTIONS OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS, FAMILY AND EMERGENCY SERVICES WHEN A PERSON WITH DEMENTIA WANDERS AWAY FROM THEIR PLACE OF CARE AND BECOMES LOST? LEARNING LESSONS FROM CASE STUDIES.
Jacqueline Fairbairn Platt (United Kingdom)

PO1-044

DEMENTIA TRAINING AND EDUCATION FOR PROFESIONALS IN JAPAN.
Hidetoshi Endo (Japan)

PO1-045

FEAR OF DEMENTIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICIES ON AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS, SCREENING AND DIAGNOSIS.
Georgina Charlesworth (United Kingdom)

PO1-046 DEMENTIA PLAN SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN.
Wienke Jacobsen (Germany)

PO1-047

INTRODUCTION TO GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS FOR MISSING PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA.
Hyunsung Cho (Republic Of Korea)

PO1-048

JOIN DEMENTIA RESEARCH IMPROVING PUBLIC ACCESS TO RESEARCH IN THE UK.
Adam Smith (United Kingdom)

PO1-049

COOPERATION IN THE DEMENTIA POLICIES BETWEEN IKOMA CITY AND THE MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS.
Akemi Tanaka (Japan)

PO1-050

THE KOREAN DEMENTIA MANAGEMENT CONVEYANCE SYSTEM.
Yoonkyung Jung (Republic Of Korea)

PO1-051

ALZHEIMER’S SOCIETY – EFFECTIVE WAYS OF ENGAGING AND CHAMPIONING THE RIGHTS OF PEOPLE AFFECTED BY DEMENTIA.
Gavin Terry (United Kingdom)

PO1-052

PRODUCING A CARERS CHARTER
: ENACTING A CARERS ACT AS PROPOSED BY THE AICHI CHAPTER OF THE ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION JAPAN.
Naomi Onouchi (Japan)

 

 

Diagnosis and imaging

PO1-053

REGIONAL VARIATIONS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED PATIENTS.
Rezaul Khandker (United States)

PO1-054

A VALIDATION STUDY FOR THE HONG KONG VERSION OF THE ADDENBROOKE’S
COGNITIVE EXAMINATION III (HK-ACE-III) IN HONG KONG.
Cho Yiu Yung (Hong Kong)

PO1-055

MULTIFACTOR DIMENSIONALITY REDUCTION FOR ANALYZING MULTIPLE PROTECTING FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CEREBRAL WHITE MATTER CHANGES IN PATIENTS WITH ISCHAEMIC STROKE.
Shyh-Jong Wu (Taiwan)

PO1-056

EFFECT OF APOE4 ON AMYLOID BURDEN AND CLINICAL FINDINGS IN MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT.
Dong Won Yang (Republic Of Korea)

PO1-057

ATYPICAL VERBAL MEMORY RECOGNITION PATTERN IN PATIENTS WITH SUBJECTIVE COGNITIVE DECLINE.
Seunghee Na (Republic Of Korea)

PO1-059

UTILITY OF CEREBROSPINAL FLUID BIOMARKERS FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE IN KOREAN POPULATION.
Jiyoung Im (Republic Of Korea)

PO1-061

THE EXPLORATORY STUDY ON COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT OF THE ELDERLY IN SOUTHERN TAIWAN.
Lichuan Lin (Taiwan)

PO1-062

LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF CORRELATION BETWEEN BRAIN VOLUME AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN PEOPLE AT BANGKOK HOSPITAL PHUKET.
Kanya temkiatvises (Thailand)

PO1-063

FACILE QUANTIFICATION OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AMYLOID-Β BASED ON AGGREGATION-INDUCED EMISSION.
Takaya Hoshikawa (Japan)

 

 

Early Intervention

PO1-064

THE FACTORS OF DELAYED DIAGNOSIS AND INTERVENTION OF PRIMARY CARE SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Junichiro Toya (Japan)

PO1-065

FACTORS THAT PROMOTE CONTINUATION OF USE OF THE DEMENTIA CONSULTATION CENTER SERVICES: COMPARISON BETWEEN SINGLE-USER AND REPEATER GROUPS.
Mari Yamashita (Japan)

PO1-066

IMPACT OF ACUTE EXERCISE ON NEUROCOGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN OLDER ADULTS WITH MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT.
Chia-Liang Tsai (Taiwan)

PO1-067

CROCUS SATIVUS VS COGNITIVE TRAINING IN MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT. WHICH IS MORE EFFECTIVE?
Eleni Poptsi (Greece)

PO1-068

A COMBINATION OF DIMETHYLGLYCINE (DMG), CREATINE, VITAMIN B1, B6, B12 AND VITAMIN C: EFFECTS ON COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS IN SUBJECTS WITH EARLY COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT.
Patrizia Bruno (Italy)

PO1-069

THE POTENCIAL USE OF MENTAL MAPS FOR PEOPLE WITH ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE.
Ninoslav Mimica (Croatia)

 

 

Education and training of the workforce

PO1-070

PEOPLE FROM CULTURALLY AND LINGUISTICALLY DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS: REFERRALS TO AND RESPONSES FROM THE DEMENTIA BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT ADVISORY SERVICE VICTORIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR TRAINING, SERVICE PROVISION, AND POLICY ADHERENCE.
Karen Thode (Australia)

PO1-071

IMPROVING RESIDENTIAL DEMENTIA CARE THROUGH STAFF: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE.
Katrina Anderson (Australia)

PO1-072

IMPROVING CARE QUALITY THROUGH EDUCATION AND TRAINING: THE DEVELOPMENT OF TWO EDUCATION PROGRAMS TO IMPROVE THE CAPACITY OF THE AGED CARE WORKFORCE TO ASSESS, RECOGNISE AND REPORT CHANGES IN RESIDENTS’ HEALTH STATUS.
Michael Bauer (Australia)

PO1-073

ACTIONS OF NURSES TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF CARE FOR PERSON LIVING WITH DEMENTIA -PROCESS OF NURSES' ACTION AND WISHES OF PERSON LIVING WITH DEMENTIA NURSES CONCERN WITH-
Yoshiko NAKASUJI (Japan)

PO1-074

DIFFICULTIES IN EDUCATING NEW NURSING-CARE WORKERS FACED BY ADMINISTRATORS OF GROUP HOMES FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Mistuyo Furumura (Japan)

PO1-076

THE TAIWANESE VALIDATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEFS ABOUT PAIN IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA QUESTIONNAIRE.
Pei-Chao Lin (Taiwan)

PO1-077

FIRST HAND EXPERIENCE OF OBSERVING MEDICAL CONSULTATION IN A DEMENTIA CLINIC FOR COMMUNITY CARE PROVIDERS.
Mei Ling Lau (Hong Kong)

PO1-078

INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATION IN AGED CARE IPEAC TOOLKIT – SUPPORTING STAFF TO FACILITATE INTERPROFESSIONAL STUDENT PLACEMENTS.
Jane Harrup-Gregory (Australia)

PO1-079

THE DESIGN, DELIVERY AND IMPACT OF A TIER 1 DEMENTIA AWARENESS TRAINING PACKAGE DELIVERED IN THE THAMES VALLEY REGION IN ENGLAND, UK.
Peter Zaagman (United Kingdom)

PO1-080

GROWING A POST DIAGNOSTIC SUPPORT WORKFORCE.
Jan Beattie (United Kingdom)

PO1-081

THE CARE OF THE ELDERLY WITH DEMENTIA IN THE SHELTER AT THE TIME OF A LARGE-SCALE NATURAL DISASTER: DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS AND PROGRAMS.
Chiyo Matsuoka (Japan)

PO1-083

FACTORS THAT HOSPITAL NURSES MAKE UP THE IMPORTANCE OF RECOGNIZING DEMENTIA CARE.
Chikako Ikegami (Japan)

PO1-084

HISTORY OF THE SOCIETY FOR ELDERLY CARE AND NURSING.
Tomoya Aruga (Japan)

PO1-085

THE PROBLEMS OF THE CARE PLAN TO A DEMENTIA ELDERLY IN THE NURSING HOME -FROM THE CARE PROCESS BY THE TRAINEE STUDENTS.
Michiyo Hirose (Japan)

PO1-086

THE INTERSECTION OF CULTURE IN THE PROVISION AND RECEIPT OF DEMENTIA CARE: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE.
Joanne Brooke (United Kingdom)

PO1-087

MEASURING GLOBAL DEMENTIA KNOWLEDGE AND EDUCATION NEEDS AMONG HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND TRAINEES TO IMPROVE CARE: DEVELOPMENT, DEPLOYMENT, AND FINDINGS FROM A VALIDATED CROSS-CULTURAL SCALE.
Michael Annear (Australia)

PO1-088

INTERPROFESSIONAL HEALTH EDUCATION FOR IMPROVED DEMENTIA CARE: READINESS TO COLLABORATE AND BARRIERS TO ENGAGEMENT IN JAPAN AND AUSTRALIA.
Michael Annear (Australia)

PO1-089

A PROCESS EVALUATION OF A FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A STAFF TRAINING PROGRAMME TO REDUCE ANTIPSYCHOTICS AND INTRODUCE PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS IN MEXICO: QUALITATIVE FINDINGS OF A FIRST NATIONAL STUDY.
Azucena Guzman (United Kingdom)

PO1-090

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN WORKPLACE TRAINING SYSTEMS FOR CERTIFIED CARE WORKERS
WORKING IN DAILY LIFE CARE IN COMMUNAL LIVING FOR ELDERLY WITH DEMENTIA
AND THE STATE OF DEMENTIA CARE FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH SEVERE DEMENTIA IN JAPAN
Yukari Sato (Japan)

PO1-091

EFFECTS OF SIMULATED ELDERLY EXPERIENCE ON CARE FOR ELDERLY WITH DEMENTIA BY MEDICAL STAFF.
Miwa Yamamoto (Japan)

PO1-092

HOW AND WHY WE HAVE DEVELOPED STIMULATING INTERACTIVE BOARD GAMES WITH CARERS AND PEOPLE WHO HAVE DEMENTIA, WHAT WE LEARN ABOUT KEEPING OURSELVES AND OTHER PEOPLE SAFE, AND WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE PLAY THE GAMES.
Maggie Bennett (United Kingdom)

PO1-093

APPLICATION OF “WORDS FOR A JOURNEY” IN EDUCATION OF NURSING UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM.
Kikuko Ota (Japan)

PO1-094

EVALUATION OF AN ONLINE DEMENTIA-SPECIFIC EDUCATION INTERVENTION IN A BACCALAUREATE COLLABORATIVE NURSING DEGREE PROGRAM.
Kristine Newman (Canada)

PO1-095

DCRC: NEW SUPPORT FOR CLINICIANS AND FAMILIES WITH THE MANAGEMENT OF BEHAVIOURAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA (BPSD).
Henry Brodaty (Australia)

PO1-096

ENHANCING HEALTHCARE EDUCATORS' COMPETENCE IN INTERVENING WITH FAMILIES OF PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA.
Huei-Ling Huang (Taiwan)

PO1-098

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING THE CHINESE VERSION OF THE PAIN ASSESSMENT IN ADVANCED DEMENTIA (PAINAD-C) SCALE IN LONG-TERM FACILITIES.
Pei-Chao Lin (Taiwan) 

PO1-099

EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP SKILL DEVELOPMENT IN DEMENTIA SETTINGS.
Michael Darragh (Australia)

PO1-100

THE DEMENTIA CARE KNOWLEDGE IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM NURSES IN TAIWAN.
Mei-Hui Hsieh (Taiwan) 

PO1-101

WHY SHOULD WE HAVE DEMENTIA CARE IN THE ENGLISH CURRICULUM? THE CASE OF UNDERGRADUATE PARAMEDIC STUDENTS.
Kathryn Lord (UK)

PO1-102

CHALLENGES OF EXPERIENCED NURSES IN LEARNING DEMENTIA NURSING: INTERVIEWS WITH NURSING EDUCATORS.
Michiyo Yuasa (Japan) 

PO1-103

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT METHODS OF ENHANCING NURSING CARE COMPETENCIES FOR
NEWLY EMPLOYED NURSES IN ELDERLY CARE FACILITIES
-ENHANCEMENT OF COMPETENCIES FOR GERIATRIC SYNDROME OF THE ELDERLY WITH DEMENTIA.
Michiko Hasegawa (Japan)

 

 

Engaging people with dementia and carers

PO1-104

POST DIAGNOSIS SMALL GROUP MEETING FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS
Aya Kumon (Japan) 

 

 

Environment and design

PO1-105

RESEARCH ON LIFE CHARACTERISTIC AND BENEFITS GENERATED IN THE DESIGN ENVIRONMENT OF THE UNIT CARE FOR THE PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA: A CASE STUDY OF LIN-AN ELDERLY CENTER IN SOUTH TAIWAN.
H. Lin (China) 

PO1-106

AN ARCHITECTURAL REVIVAL PLAN OF A GROUP HOME AFFILIATES TO VA SYSTEM OF TAIWAN.
Tsung I Lin (Taiwan) 

PO1-107

GARDEN AS THERAPEUTIC TOOL IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.
Maria Moglan (Romania) 

PO1-108

MATERIAL ENVIRONMENTS AS METAPHORS: ENHANCING THE WELL-BEING OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Hui Ren (Canada) 

PO1-109

THE RESEARCH OF SMALL-SCALE AND MULTIFUNCTIONAL WELFARE FACILITIES PLANNING AND DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR THE DEMENTIA - A CASE STUDY OF A WELFARE FACILITIES IN QIEDING DISTRICT IN SOUTHERN TAIWAN.
Po-Tsung Chen (Taiwan)  

PO1-110

SHOWING THE WAY: DEVELOPING AN EVALUATIVE FRAMEWORK FOR SIGNAGE FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA.
Meredith Gresham (Australia) 

PO1-111

A STUDY OF HOME ENVIRONMENT MODIFICATIONS FOR THE DEMENTED ELDERLY LIVING ALONE.
Chiho Oshima (Japan) 

PO1-112

INVESTIGATE THE CARE ENVIRONMENT PLANNING AND DESIGN FOR THE DEMENTIA FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF CONTINUUM OF CARE-A CASE STUDY OF AN-NA NURSING HOME IN DALIN TOWNSHIP IN SOUTHERN TAIWAN.
Po-Tsung Chen (Tawan) 

 

 

Genetics

PO1-113

EMERGING PERIPHERAL BLOOD MICRORNAS AS BIOMARKERS OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
Helen Wu (Australia) 

 

 

Healthy aging

PO1-114

‘DAON’ - SILVER MAGAZINE OF CHUNGNAM PROVINCIAL DEMENTIA CENTER (CUPID).
Mi Sun Kang (Republic of Korea) 

PO1-115

FACTORS RELATED TO SARCOPENIA IN ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT RECEIVING DAY-CARE SERVICES.
Shogo Shichinohe (Japan) 

PO1-116

SLEEPING PATTERNS OF ELDERLY DAY CARE CLIENTS WITH COGNITIVE DECLINE.
Tomoko Komura (Japan) 

PO1-117

EXTENDING DEMENTIA RISK REDUCTION MESSAGES TO PEOPLE IN ‘MID LIFE’.
Dominic Carter (UK)

PO1-118

LIFE SATISFACTION OF SENIOR CITIZENS WITH DEMENTIA LIVING ALONE AND THEIR RELATION WITH THE SUPPORT THAT THEY RECEIVE AND THEIR SOCIAL INVOLVEMENT.
Yumi Okinaka (Japan)

PO1-119

'ABCD' TOOLKIT FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN AN AGEING POPULATION.
Weng Mooi Tan (Singapore)

PO1-120

TASTE DETECTION AND RECOGNITION THRESHOLDS IN JAPANESE PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMER-TYPE DEMENTIA.
Ogawa Takao (Japan)

PO1-121

SOCIAL INCLUSION OF THE ELDERLY: HOME HEALTH NURCSING PRACTICUM AS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR DEMENTIA PREVENTION.
Akiko Yane (Japan)

PO1-122

REMOTE FITNESS SYSTEM ADVANTAGES WITH EXERCISE CLASSES FOR COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER PEOPLE.
Haruna Tanaka  (Japan)

 

 

Models of care

PO1-123

REVISION OF THE DRAFT VERSION OF NURSING SUPPORT PROTOCOL IN SITUATIONS OF CARE BURDEN FOR DEMENTIA PATIENTS WITH DETERIORATION OF CHRONIC HEART FAILURE.
Haruka Otsu  (Japan)

PO1-124

PERCEPTION ON CULTURAL JUSTIFICATIONS FOR CAREGIVING OF PERSON WITH DEMENTIA:A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW IN JAPAN.
Keiko MATSUMOTO  (Japan)

PO1-126

A CARE MODEL FOR ELDERLY HIP-FRACTURED PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR FAMILY CAREGIVERS.
Yea-Ing Shyu (Taiwan)

PO1-127

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SERIAL TRIAL INTERVENTION (STI) TO REDUCE PAIN RELATED BEHAVIORS IN INSTITUTIONALIZED RESIDENTS WITH DEMENTIA.
Yi Heng Chen  (Taiwan)

PO1-128

MODEL OF ACTIVITY CARE CORRESPONDING TO COGNITIVE LEVEL.
Shinya Hisano (Japan)

 

 

Non-pharmacological interventions

PO1-130

ESSENTIAL OILS USED IN TREATING BEHAVIOURAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA (BPSD): A REVIEW.
Shubashini Gnanasan (Malaysia)

PO1-131

CAMERA LECTURE, OUTSIDE SHOT ACTIVITIES FOR ELDERLY
- COGNITIVE STIMULATION USING PHOTOGRAPH
(CLOSE-UP).
Yun Ju Jeong (Republic of Korea)

PO1-132

NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING OF COGNITIVE STIMULATION THERAPY (CST).
Tianyin Liu (Hong Kong)

PO1-133

THE PRACTICES OF DIVERSIONAL THERAPY FOR THE AGED PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Takako Serizawa (Japan)

PO1-135

CONSIDERATION OF THE GROUP MUSIC THERAPY FOR THE ELDERLY DEMENTED PATIENT.
Hitoshi Kuretake (Japan)  

PO1-136

EFFECTS OF THERAPEUTIC COOKING ON ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH SENILE DEMENTIA AND THEIR STAFF IN A GROUP HOME IN JAPAN.
Chiho Myojin (Japan)

PO1-137

EXPLORING A CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM ON THE BEHAVIORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA (BPSD) IN TAIWAN.
Wenyun Cheng (Taiwan)

PO1-138

EFFECTIVENESS OF GROUP REMINISCENCE THERAPY FOR OLDER PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN DAY CARE CENTER IN TAIWAN.
Hui Chen (Rita) Chang (Taiwan)

PO1-139

EFFECTS OF PURPOSEFUL ACTIVITIES WITHIN LIGHT-MODULATING ENVIRONMENT IN PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA.
Huang-Ju Chi (Taiwan)

PO1-140

DUGEUN BRAIN FITNESS (頭筋頭筋 腦運動) : A NEWSPAPER-BASED COGNITIVE TRAINING METHOD FOR THE PREVENTION OF DEMENTIA.
Kiwon Kim (Republic of Korea)

PO1-141

EFFECTS OF HORTICULTURAL ACTIVITIES ON DAILY LIVING CONDITIONS OF ELDERLY WITH DEMENTIA; FOR PRACTICAL CARE OF SUPPORTING AT-HOME LIVING IN A SMALL SCALE MULTIFUNCTIONAL CARE FACILITY IN JAPAN.
Sawa Teraoka (Japan)

PO1-142

THE EFFECTS OF ADVANCE CARE PLANNING PROGRAM AMONG ELDERLY WITH MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN A NURSING HOME.
Sih-Ting Huang (Taiwan)

PO1-143

NON-PHAMACOLOGICAL THERAPIES IMPLEMENTATION IN TAIWAN: THE CREATION OF A NEW DESIGNATION THAT OF A RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY OFFICER (RAO).
Hui-Wen Chien  (Taiwan)

PO1-144

A COGNITIVE TRAINING TO IMPROVE COGNITIVE FUNCTION AND MOOD FOR THE ELDERLY IN SENIOR RETIREMENT HOMES.
Yi-Ru Liang  (Taiwan)

PO1-145

A PROGRESSIVE RESISTANCE EXERCISE DVD FOR COGNITIVE FUNCTION AND FUNCTIONAL FITNESS IN OLDER RESIDENTS IN A RETIREMENT HOME: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL.
Huei-Chuan Sung  (Taiwan)

PO1-146

GYMSEN – SENSORY GYMNASTICS FOR THE ELDERLY: PROGRAM DESCRIPTION AND PRELIMINARY DATA.
Eleni Margioti (Greece)

PO1-147

EFFECT OF NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL THERAPIES FOR ELDERLY CHRONIC PAIN WITH ALZHEIMER’S DEMENTIA.
Yuki Tsujimoto (Japan)

PO1-148

THE IMPACT OF MEANINGFUL ACTIVITIES FOR PEOPLE WITH COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN ACUTE HOSPITALS: A LITERATURE REVIEW.
Monika Rybacka (UK)

PO1-149

MUSIC THERAPY FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Imae Atsuko (Japan)

PO1-150

VIDEO-BASED-ETHNOGRAPHY IN DECISION-MAKING SUPPORT FOR EARLY DEMENTIA PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILY.
Motoko Onozuka (Japan)

PO1-151

“STROLL TO THE PARK” PROGRAM ON THE PERSON WITH DEMENTIA.
Mio Ito  (Japan)

PO1-152

THE EFFECT OF REMINISCENCE PROGRAM ON COGNITIVE FUNCTION OF OLDER PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Ratchadaporn Hongtong (Thailand)

PO1-153

NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS - IGNITING THE 5 SENSES AND REDUCING BPSD.
Allison Bourke (China)

PO1-154

A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF A COMMUNICATION ROBOT ON BEHAVIORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH MILD IMPAIRMENT.
Akihito Fujita (Japan)

PO1-155

THE DEVELOPMENT OF DEMENTIA ADVISER TRAINING PROGRAMME TO PROMOTE INDEPENDENCE IN DEMENTIA.
Phuong Leung (United Kingdom)

PO1-156

IDENTIFYING NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL CAREGIVING PRACTICES TOWARD THE BEHAVIORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA (BPSD) IN TAIWAN.
Wenyun Cheng (Taiwan)

PO1-157

IKEBANA THERAPY: PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF ITS EFFECT. LEARNING FROM 25,000 CASES OF ELDERLY WITH DEMENTIA.
Eiko Hamasaki (Japan)

PO1-158

THE EXPERIENCES OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR FAMILY CARERS PARTICIPATING IN INDIVIDUAL COGNITIVE STIMULATION THERAPY.
Phuong Leung (United Kingdom)

PO1-159

THE INFLUENCE OF TOUCH CARE MASSAGE ON THE PHYSICAL AND MENTAL STATE OF THE ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Masako Sotomura (Japan)

PO1-160

THE PROGRAM DESIGN AND EFFECTIVENESS OF LIFESTYLE REDESIGN AND SELF-MANAGEMENT GROUP FOR PEOPLE WITH MILD DEMENTIA.
Yu-Sheng Cheng (Taiwan)

PO1-161

EFFECTS OF ODORS ON AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORIES RETRIEVAL IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.
Desirée Lopis (France)

PO1-162

FROM AROMATHERAPY TO YOGA: EXPLORING COMPLEMENTARY & ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES IN DEMENTIA CARE.
Susan Lanza (United States)

PO1-163

CATALYST TO RESEARCH: RESEARCH TO REALITY.
John Quinn (Australia)

 

 

Person-centred care

PO1-164

ACTUAL SITUATION OF ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA WHO WERE HOSPITALIZED FOR THERAPEUTIC PURPOSES OTHER THAN DEMENTIA
- REALITY THAT LOOKED FROM THE STANDPOINT OF THE FAMILY.
Anna Nabeno (Japan)

PO1-165

APPROACHES TO PROMOTING PERSON-CENTRED CARE IN COMMUNITIES USING A JAPANESE-LANGUAGE DVD EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE FOR DEMENTIA SUPPORTERS.
Yasuko Murata (Japan)

PO1-166

DEMENTIA CARE FOCUSING ONE’S WAY OF BEING.
Ryoko Fukuda (Japan)

PO1-167

BACKGROUND AND PROXIMAL FACTORS OF CHALLENGING LOCOMOTION BEHAVIOR IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING PERSONS WITH COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT.
Yi-Chen Chiu (Taiwan)

PO1-168

IDENTIFYING CAREGIVING PERSPECTIVES TOWARD THE BEHAVIORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA (BPSD) IN TAIWAN.
Wenyun Cheng (Taiwan)

PO1-169

LITERATURE REVIEW OF PALLIATIVE CARE AND INTERPROFESSIONAL CARE TO THE PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA IN JAPAN.
Keiko Sekido (Japan)

PO1-170

BEST PRACTICE TRAINING IN DEMENTIA CARE INCREASED JOB SATISFACTION AND COMPETENCE IN HEALTHCARE STAFF.
Timothy Kwok (Hong Kong)

PO1-171

FACTORS RELATED TO THE QUALITY OF DEMENTIA CARE IN NURSING HOMES FOR THE ELDERLY: USING THE VIPS FRAMEWORK FOR PERSON-CENTERED CARE.
Michiyo Ito (Japan)

PO1-172

SIDE BY SIDE A PERSON CENTRED APPROACH TO SUPPORT.
Zoe Campbell (United Kingdom)

PO1-173

ESSENCE OF SELF: LOOKING BEYOND THE DEMENTIA DIAGNOSIS WITHIN AN ACUTE HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENT.
Meagan Hartley (Australia)

PO1-174

"IT’S VERY CHALLENGING, BUT WE KEEP GOING": EXPLORING THE ISSUES RELATING TO MEDICATION USE IN PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CAREGIVERS.
Dalal Alsaeed (United Kingdom)

PO1-175

A SURVEY STUDY ON PROMOTING PERSON-CENTRED CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES.
Helen Yue-lai Chan (Hong Kong)

PO1-176

THE CRITERIA OF GOOD CARE AND LIFE WORKBOOK FOR THE HOME CARE SERVICES AND NURSING HOMES.
Anita Pohjanvuori (Finland)

PO1-177

VOICES OF SPOUSES TO PARTNERS WITH NEUROPSYCHIATRIC SYMPTOMS RELATED TO DEMENTIA.
Marie Tyrrell (Sweden)

PO1-178

WORK AS THERAPY FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA: WELLBEING AND IMPLICATIONS IN A RESIDENTIAL CARE SETTING.
Petrina Goh Yinglin (Singapore)

PO1-179

IMPROVING TRANSITIONS IN DEMENTIA CARE FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR FAMILIES: A CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS.
Murna Downs (United Kingdom)

PO1-180

THE MEANING OF THE CHOICE SUPPORT CARE IN EVERYDAY LIFE TO THE CARE FACILITY UTILIZATION.
Kozue Nakatani (Japan)

PO1-181  AN ASSET BASED APPROACH TO OUTCOME MEASUREMENT: TWO NEW POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY OUTCOME MEASURES FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Charlotte R. Stoner (United Kingdom)

PO1-182

APPROPRIATENESS OF THE HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENT AS SEEN FROM THE STANDPOINT OF LONG-TERM CARE FAMILY OF DEMENTIA.
Yoshimi Kawachi (Japan)

PO1-183

THE LIVED EXPERIENCES OF DEVELOPING AS AN INDEPENDENT SUPPORTED LIVING CARE ELDERLY INSTITUTIONS IN TAIWAN.
Ruoh-Lih Lei (Taiwan)

PO1-184

EVIDENCE-BASED: PERSON-CENTRED CARE ENVIRONMENT FOR DEMENTIA RESIDENTS BEHAVIORAL DISTURBANCES.
Ya-Chi Huang  (Taiwan)

PO1-185

DEVELOPMENT OF MIXED-MODEL FRAMEWORK TO REDUCE AGGRESSIVENESS IN A PERSON WITH YOUNG ONSET DEMENTIA: A CASE STUDY.
Ya-Hui Wang  (Taiwan)

PO1-186

LITERATURE REVIEW OF SUPPORT THE PERSONS LIVING WITH DEMENTIA AND FAMILY CAREGIVERS IN JAPAN.
Keiko Sekido (Japan)

PO1-187

ACTUAL SITUATION AND FAMILY THINK OF PHYSICAL RESTRAINT OF ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN THE MEDICAL FIELD.
Minori Nakagawa (Japan)

PO1-188

NURSES' UNDERSTANDING OF BPSD(BEHAVIORAL ADN PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA.
Akiko Hamahata (Japan)

 

 

Public Policy initiatives

PO1-189

RUSSIAN OBSERVATORY ON DEMENTIA.
Liubov Pishchikova (Russian Federation)

 

 

Religion and spirituality

PO1-190

DEMENTIA, SPIRITUALITY AND WELLNESS | A CASE STUDY.
Peter Bewert (Australia)

PO1-191

AN IDEA OF THE USAGE OF BUDDHIST TEMPLES FOR DEMENTIA.
Junjo Kamo (Japan)

 

 

Rights of people with dementia

PO1-192

I HAVE THE RIGHT TO ENJOY LIFE! YES, REALLY.
APPLYING THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES.
Mary Radnofsky (United States)

 

 

Risk reduction and risk factors

 PO1-193  MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION - (EUROPEAN) CITIES IN COMPARISON

"A SURVEY ON HEALTH CARE PROGRAMMES AND PLANNING POLICIES & STRATEGIES THAT ADDRESS MENTAL HEALTH FOR OLDER PEOPLE".
Wienke Jacobsen (Germany)

PO1-194

SUBJECTIVE MEMORY DEFICITS WITHOUT EMOTIONAL CONCERN PREDICTS DECLINE IN COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING.
Amos C.Y. Cheung (Hong Kong)

PO1-195

MONASCUS PURPUREUS NTU 568 FERMENTED EXTRACT ANKASCIN 568-R IMPROVES MEMORY AND LEARNING ABILITY IN RATS WITH AMYLOID BETA-PROTEIN INTRACEREBROVENTRICULAR-INFUSED RAT INDUCED ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE.
Chien Li Chen (Taiwan)

PO1-196

PREVALENCE OF ANTICHOLINERGIC DRUG USE IN OLDER ADULTS WITH DEMENTIA IN A LARGE TERTIARY HOSPITAL IN SINGAPORE.
Li Li Chen (Malaysia)

PO1-197

THE AD SPECTRUM OF DISORDERS: AN END STAGE FATE OF CARDIOVASCULAR, METABOLIC AND NEPHROLOGICAL DYSFUNCTION.
Jeanna Winchester (United States)

PO1-198

IMPACT OF SOCIAL NETWORKS ON DEMENTIA RISK DEPENDS ON COGNITIVE RESERVE.
Francisca S. Then (Germany)

PO1-199

IS COGNITIVE RESERVE COUNTRY-SPECIFIC? CROSS-NATIONAL COMPARISON OF THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN EDUCATION AND COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING IN LOW-, MIDDLE- AND HIGH-INCOME COUNTRIES.
Francisca S. Then (Germany)

PO1-200

FALL RISK DETERMINANTS OF RESIDENTIAL HOME RESIDENTS WITH AND WITHOUT DEMENTIA IN HONG KONG.
Chiu Lun Yu (Hong Kong)

PO1-201

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN LIFESTYLE AND DIET AND DEMENTIA STATUS IN THE COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY AGED 65 YEARS AND OLDER IN THE SUBURBS OF TOKYO.
Chisako Yamamoto (Japan)

PO1-202

ANTIDEPRESSANTS INDUCE ASTROCYTE APOPTOSIS.
Chee-Kin Then (Taiwan)

PO1-204

DIFFERENCE IN HIGH-DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN SUBFRACTIONS BY NON-DENATURING POLYACRYLAMIDE GEL ELECTROPHORESIS IN PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT.
Natassa Steck (United Kingdom)

PO1-205

GREEN VEGETABLES INTAKE MIGHT HELP TO PREVENT COGNITIVE DECLINE.
Kokoro Tsuzaki (Japan)

PO1-206

DO ALL PATIENTS WITH MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT DEVELOP DEMENTIA? A REVIEW.
Ling Yue (China)

PO1-207

WE ARE WHAT WE EAT: WE ARE EATING FOOD CONTAINING NEONICOTINOID PESTICIDES , CAUSING MASS BEE DEATHS AS WELL AS DAMAGE BRAIN STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS ASSOCIATED WITH LEARNING AND MEMORY
Fu Woon (United States)

 

 

Social care systems today and of the future

PO1-208

CRAFTING A SOCIAL SPACE FOR DEMENTIA CARE: GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS AND THE ORGANISATIONAL RESPONSE.
Ashley Carr (Australia)

PO1-209

WHAT PROFESSIONAL EXPERTS THINK ABOUT FUTURE DEMENTIA CARE AND SUPPORT STRUCTURES IN RURAL AREAS. FINDINGS FROM AN EXPLORATIVE EXPERT SURVEY.
Liane Schirra-Weirich (Germany)

PO1-210

THE DATES ANALYSIS OF TELEPHONE COUNSELING RELATED TO DEMENTIA PROBLEM AT THE CENTER OF ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION JAPAN FOR THREE YEARS.
Shigeyo Okuno (Japan)

PO1-211

FACTORS INFLUENCING COMMUNITY RESOURCE UTILIZATION BY FAMILY CAREGIVERS OF DEMENTED PERSONS.
Li-Chan Lin (Taiwan)

PO1-212

FOCUS GROUPS WITH FAMILY CAREGIVERS OF PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA: METHODICAL AND ETHICAL QUESTIONS.
Liane Schirra-Weirich (Germany)

PO1-213

THE INVESTIGATION OF TELEPHONE COUNSELING RELATED TO DEMENTIA PROBLEM FOR 47-ALL PREFECTURE’S BRANCH AND CENTER IN ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION JAPAN.
Shigeyo Okuno (Japan)