Social Care Systems Today and of the Future

 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)
 PO1-213 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)
 Care Coordination and Collaboration

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LOCAL COMMONS SHINICHI PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE CARE WITH FARMING
Ken Teraoka (Japan)

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NURSES’ PERCEPTIONS OF FAMILY MEMBERS OF PHYSICALLY RESTRAINED ELDERLY PATIENTS IN JAPANESE ACUTE CARE HOSPITALS
Tomoko Sugiyama (Japan)

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COMPARISON OF NURSING CARE AT ACUTE HOSPITALS BETWEEN THAILAND AND JAPAN
Chieko Greiner (Japan)

PO2-217

THIS IS MY EXPERIENCE ABOUT NURSING CARE FOR 14 YEARS. CARE COORDINATION AND COLLABORATION ARE ACHIEVED BY IPW MANAGEMENT, AND BMI IS GOOD FOR HEALTH CONDITION CONTROL. MENTION ABOUT SEVERAL ADVICES AND GOOD THINGS FROM MY WIFE’S DEMENTIA.
Akio Tsukawaki (Japan)

PO2-219

REPORT OF THE EXCHANGE MEETING WITH THE CARE FAMILY OF A NURSE AND THE DEMENTIA ELDERLY PERSON.
Rika Nukumizu (Japan)

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QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY ON SUPPORT GUIDELINES FOR MEDICAL/CARE TEAMS FOR OLDER DEMENTIA PATIENTS LIVING AT HOME UNDERGOING PHARMACOTHERAPY FOR BPSD AND THEIR FAMILIES: A SURVEY FOR NURSING PROFESSIONALS
Mayuko Tsujimura (Japan)

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COGNITIVE SERVICE DEVELOPMENT IN HONG KONG- IMPROVING CARE PATHWAY FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA
Yuen Yee Tam (Hong Kong)

PO2-222

ALCOHOL AND DRUGS AS RELEVANT RISK FACTORS ON COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AND DEMENTIA: WHAT WE KNOW AND WHAT WE CAN DO IN EARLY PREVENTION
Tanja Hoff (Germany)

PO2-223

THE WORK SUPPORT FOR EARLY ONSET AND YOUNG DEMENTIA
Yuko Okita (Japan)

PO2-224

CONTINUING COMMUNITY CARE SERVICE AND A CROSS-NATION DREAM PROGRAM
Yinghui Wu (Taiwan)

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EVALUATING AND MEETING THE NEEDS OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA: FOCUSING ON THEIR FREE TIME
Yayoi Shimizu (Japan)

PO2-226

HOME-CARE SERVICE PLAN FOR SINGLE OLDER ADULTS WITH DEMENTIA BY CARE-MANAGER IN JAPAN
Yumiko matsushita (Japan)

PO2-227

LOOK BACK DISCHARGE SUPPORT FROM THE PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL, AND ON HOME SUPPORT
Michinori Matsukubo (Japan)

PO2-228

WHEN TIME MATTERS: DIGITAL STORY TELLING IN RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME SETTINGS
Theopisti Chrysanthaki (United Kingdom)

PO2-229

THE PLEIOTROPIC EFFECT OF MEMORY CAFE IN OUR COMMUNITY FOR PERSONS WITH COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AND THIER CAREGIVER AS WELL AS FOR HEALTHCARE SPECIALISTS.
Nobufusa Furukawa (Japan)

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QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY ON SUPPORT GUIDELINES FOR MEDICAL/CARE TEAMS FOR OLDER DEMENTIA PATIENTS LIVING AT HOME UNDERGOING PHARMACOTHERAPY FOR BPSD AND THEIR FAMILIES: A SURVEY FOR DOCTORS
Sayuri Suwa (Japan)

PO2-231

THE ROLE OF MEMORY CLINIC ON IMPROVING CARE ENVIRONMENT FOR PATIENT WITH DEMENTIA
Yuriko Sugihara (Japan)

PO2-232

REHABILITATION OF CONFUSION-EXPERIENCE OF COOPERATION BETWEEN THE MEMORY CLINIC, THE MEDICINE CLINIC OF CSK AND THE COMMUNITY OF KRISTIANSTAD, SWEDEN
Ann-Marie Liljeroth (Sweden)

PO2-233

SUPPORT SYSTEM BY THE PROFESSIONAL TEAM OF MEDICAL AND NURSING CARE IN THE COMMUNITY AND NETWORKING OF PERSON WITH DEMENTIA
Kaoru Kimura (Japan)

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CARE EXPERIENCES OF NURSES WHO COMPLETED DEMENTIA CARE NURSE TRAINING: FOCUS ON NURSES WORKING AT LONG-TERM CARE WARDS
Misa Komatsu (Japan)

 

 

Carer Support and Training

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FACTORS THAT AFFECT DEPRESSION IN FAMILY CAREGIVERS.
Junko Hoshino (Japan)

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INCREASING COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT REQUIRES SIGNIFICANTLY MORE HOURS OF CAREGIVING.
Rezaul Khandker (United States)

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EFFECTS OF CAREGIVER TRAINING PROGRAM IN COMMUNITY ON CARE BURDEN AND DEPRESSION OF CAREGIVERS OF PATIENT WITH DEMENTIA.
Raymond Sui-Hing Yan (Taiwan)

PO2-238

PARALLEL SUPPORT TO THE PATIENT IN EARLY-PHASE DEMENTIA AND FAMILY: IMPROVEMENT OF THEIR RELATIONSHIP.
Hiroko Yamada (Japan)

PO2-239

FACTORS RELATED TO MENTAL HEALTH OF FAMILY MEMBERS IN DEMENTIA CARE
―THE SIGNIFICANCE OF LIVING HOW ONE WANTS.
Yumiko Okumura (Japan)

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CAREGIVERS’ EDUCATION DECREASES DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND BURDEN IN CAREGIVERS OF PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA.
Hirofumi Sakurai (Japan)

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STUDY OF AN ETHIC-EDUCATION INTERVENTION THAT TARGETS NURSES WORKING AT NURSING HOMES
~ FROM THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MORAL SENSITIVITY OF NURSES AND ATTRIBUTES OF NURSES
Ayumi Fujino (Japan)

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A UNIQUE TELEPHONE SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR DEMENTIA PATIENTS AND THEIR CAREGIVERS MANAGED IN JAPAN (OKAYAMA DEMENTIA CALL CENTER, ODCC).
Yumiko Nakano (Japan)

PO2-243

ME AND MY NAN AGAINST THE WORLD.
Lee Brooke (United Kingdom)

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EDUCATION AND PLACEMENT OF DEMENTIA COORDINATOR WHO SHARE A MISSION IN OMUTA CITY.
Rumiko Otani (Japan)

PO2-246

CROSSING CULTURES IN DEMENTIA CARE: THE BULGARIA-UK EXPERIENCE.
Arlene Astell (Canada)

PO2-247

YOUNG CARERS IN FUJISAWA AREA IN JAPAN: ANALYSIS USING A QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY PROVIDED TO TEACHERS OF PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS, SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND A SCHOOL FOR DISABLED CHILDREN.
Yumie Aoki (Japan)

PO2-248

DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPUTERISED DECISION-MAKING AID SYSTEM FOR MANAGEMENT OF PROBLEMATIC BEHAVIOURS IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES: A PRELIMINARY REPORT.
Ying-Jyun Shih (Taiwan)

PO2-249

CARER ASSESSMENT SHEET AND UNDERSTANDING CHART FOR CARERS
-ASSESSMENT TOOLS FOR UNDERSTANDING CARERS, DEVELOPED BY CARE MANAGERS.
Chihiro Tsunekawa (Japan)

PO2-250

INFLUENCE OF STRESS-CARE ON THE WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT AND THE HEALTH RISK OF CAREGIVERS AT THE DEMENTIA ELDERLY PERSON GROUP HOME.:THE EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT.
Mai Kanoh (Japan)

PO2-251

TELLING LIFE STORIES: UNDERSTANDING THE EXPERIENCES OF OLDER KOREAN COUPLES AFFECTED BY DEMENTIA.
Minyoung Kwak (Hong Kong)

PO2-252

INTERVENTIONS, COSTS AND OUTCOMES OF A STAFF TRAINING PROGRAMME IN MEXICO: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS OF A FIRST NATIONAL STUDY.
Azucena Guzman (United Kingdom)

PO2-253

FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE FAMILY RESILIENCE WHEN CARING AND SUPPORTING A PERSON WITH DEMENTIA.
Joanne Brooke (United Kingdom)

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ACTIVITIES TO ASSIST CARERS OF THE MIDDLE-AGED GENERATION IN BALANCING WORK AND FAMILY CARE
:ACTIVITIES CONDUCTED BY THE AICHI CHAPTER OF THE ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION JAPAN AND INCORPORATED NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION HEART TO HEART.
Yuka Matsui (Japan)

PO2-255

STAGE OF DISEASE, EATING FUNCTION AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF COMMUNITY-DWELLING PATIENTS LIVING WITH DEMENTIA IN TAIWAN.
Yi-Ju Chen (Taiwan)

PO2-256

THE OTHER SIDE OF FILIAL PIETY: NEGATIVE IMPACTS ON CAREGIVER OF PARENTS LIVING WITH DEMENTIA.
On Fung Chan (Hong Kong)

PO2-257

A MALE CAREGIVER’S UNDERSTANDING OF HIS INVOLVEMENT WITH MEDICAL SERVICES WHILE NURSING HIS WIFE WITH DEMENTIA: A CASE IN JAPAN.
Keiko MATSUMOTO (Japan)

PO2-258

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SELF-ASSESSMENT SHEETS IN FAMILY SUPPORT.
Ryoko Suzuki (Japan)

PO2-259

NURSE AIDES’ PERSPECTIVES OF PHYSICAL AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR OF PERSON WITH DEMENTIA IN LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES: A Q METHODOLOGY APPROACH.
Su-Fei Huang (Taiwan)

PO2-260

DECISION MAKING IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA: A STUDY OF FAMILY CARERS IN SINGAPORE.
Lay Ling Tan (Singapore)

PO2-261

CURRENT SITUATION OF AND PROBLEMS WITH ELDERLY PATIENTS’ ABILITIES DURING HOME RECUPERATION IN JAPAN.
Sayuri Toida (Japan)

PO2-262

THE INFLUENCE OF THE HEALTH CONDITION OF THE CAREGIVER THE CARE ENVIRONMENT AND THE PROGNOSIS OF PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.
Miyuki Matsumura (Japan)

PO2-263

EVERYDAY COMPETENCE IN DEMENTIA: APPROACHES BY SPOUSAL CAREGIVERS.
Ingrid Helllstrom (Sweden)

PO2-264

A SURVEY OF FAMILY SUPPORTS AMONG CAREGIVERS OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN TAIWAN.
Mei-Feng Yang (Taiwan)

PO2-265

THE CURRENT SITUATION OF AND PROBLEMS WITH THE ABILITIES OF ELDERLY RESIDENTS IN LONG-TERM CARE HEALTH FACILITIES IN JAPAN.
Miyuki Watanabe (Japan)

PO2-266

ROLE OF NURSING SCIENCE SCHOOL TEACHERS SUPPORTING THE PRACTICES AS CERTIFIED NURSES
DEMENTIA NURSING.
Emi Hosoda (Japan)

PO2-267

EVALUATING THE ROLE OF CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUPS IN CARING FOR PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA; A SINGAPORE CONTEXT.
Annabelle Chow (Singapore)

PO2-268

SUPPORTING THE QUALITY OF LIFE BY AN EXPERT TOILETING SERVICE: FOUNDING OF TOILETING CARE MATES IN UJI CITY.
Masa Morita (Japan)

PO2-269

THE FIRST STUDY OF NURSING PRACTICES FOR THE DEMENTIA STAGE APPROACH.
Miho Takami (Japan)

PO2-270

FAMILY INVOLVEMENT IN HEALTH CARE IN NURSING HOMES.
Murna Downs (United Kingdom)

PO2-271

GENDER COMPARISON OF SENSE OF CARE BURDEN,CAPACITY TO DEAL STRESS IN FAMILY CAREGIVERS WHO TAKECARE OF OLDERADULT WITH DEMENTIA IN JAPAN.
Sayoko Uemura (Japan)

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EXPLORING CAREGIVING COMPETENCE IN PRIMARY FAMILY CAREGIVERS OF ELDERS WITH DEMENTIA.
Wenyun Cheng (Taiwan)

PO2-273

THE EFFECTS OF TELECARE FOR PERSON WITH SENILE DEMENTIA AND FAMILY CAREGIVERS.
Shulin Uei (Taiwan)

PO2-274

CURRENT SITUATION OF AND PROBLEMS WITH ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA HOME RECUPERATION IN JAPAN.
Ogiso Kanako (Japan)

PO2-275

FROM BEING SUPPORTED TO SUPPORTER:
CREATING A CARER SUPPORT SYSTEM THAT UTILIZES THE STRENGTH OF CARERS.
Yuuko Kunii (Japan)

PO2-276

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, GENERAL HEALTH AND BURDEN OF DEMENTIA CAREGIVERS.
Eleni Dimakopoulou (Greece)

PO2-277

MOTIVATIONS TO ESTABLISH A COMMUNITY FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS IN THE PRIME OF LIFE.
Sayori Sakanashi (Japan)

 

 

Community Engagement and Collaboration

PO2-278

SPLASHCHAT - A SOCIAL SWIMMING GROUP FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS, RUN BY OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS AND JERSEY ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION.
Sarah Blake (United Kingdom)

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COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP IN ACTION.
Anne Schumacher (New Zealand)

PO2-280

COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT TO SUPPORT THE DEMENTIA PATIENTS BY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
Takako Umimura (Japan)

PO2-281

INTERGENERATIONAL EXCHANGES BETWEEN NURSERY SCHOOL CHILDREN AND NURSING HOME RESIDENTS
Toshie Nanbu (Japan)

PO2-282

APPLICATION OF COMMUNITY READINESS MODEL IN ASSESSING DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITY BUILDING IN A RURAL AREA OF NORTHERN TAIWAN.
Yi-Chen Chiu (Taiwan)

PO2-283

TRAVELLING WELL WITH DEMENTIA - PUTTING PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA AT THE HEART OF FUTURE TRANSPORT DESIGN.
Andy Hyde (United Kingdom)

PO2-284

THE CURRENT SITUATION OF EMPLOYMENT FOR PEOPLE WITH EARLY-ONSET DEMENTIA
-BASED ON QUESTIONNAIRES CONDUCTED TO EMPLOYERS AND CASE STUDY.
Hiroyasu Hayashi (Japan)

PO2-285

A “SAFE ORANGE BAND” WITH QR CODE IS HELPFUL TO IDENTIFY THE WANDERING DEMENTIA PATIENT.
Hidemichi Fukuda (Japan)

PO2-286

A RIPPLE EFFECT ASSOCIATED WITH THE HOLDING OF EVENTS AT A DEMENTIA CAFÉ.
Saori Machi (Japan)

PO2-287

‘DEMENTIA ACTIVISM: CONNECTING AND MAKING AN IMPACT IN THE UK AND JAPAN – AND BEYOND'.
Philly Hare (United Kingdom)

PO2-289

ESTABLISHING A DEMENTIA SUPPORTIVE PRACTICE NETWORK.
Catrin Hedd Jones (United Kingdom)

PO2-290

DEMENTIA OF THE PEOPLE AND THE FAMILY, PARTICIPATION IN LOCAL CAREGIVERS
- NURSERY, - THROUGH THE OLD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, DEMENTIA CAFE CASE.
Yharabuchi Harabuchi (Japan)

PO2-291

ENGAGEMENT WITH SOCIETY THROUGH WORKING AT DAY CARE CENTRE FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA.
Yutaka Mizuno (Japan)

PO2-292

BECAUSE ONLY YOU CAN DESIGN YOUR LIFE, YOU'LL ALSO CONTINUE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TODAY!
Migifumi Ikeda (Japan)

PO2-293

ART AS A TOOL FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CAREGIVERS: CASE STUDIES OF MUSEUM PROGRAM AND THEATER PROGRAM IN JAPAN AND THE US.
Yoko Hayashi (Japan)

PO2-294

ORAL HEALTH IN CARE HOMES: A PATIENT AND PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT PROJECT IN THE LOCAL COMMUNITY.
Camille Cronin (United Kingdom)

PO2-295

ENABLING RESEARCH IN CARE HOMES - DEVELOPING AN ONLINE SUPPORT TOOL.
Adam Smith (United Kingdom)

PO2-296

DEMENTIA COMMUNITY CENTERS IN TAIWAN.
Li-Yu Tang (Taiwan)

PO2-297

SUPPORT NEEDS OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AT AN EARLY STAGE IN JAPAN.
Miyuki Ohashi (Japan)

PO2-298

SOCIAL CITIZENS NECESSARY FOR THE LIFE SUPPORT OF THE DEMENTIA PERSON AND FAMILY.~FOSTER CITIZENS FORCE, LEVERAGE, THROUGH THE PRACTICE OF CREATIVE SOCIAL RESOURCES.
Toru Nagashima (Japan)

 

 

Dementia Friendly Communities - 2

PO2-299

TOWARD THE PERSON WITH DEMENTIA TO MIMAMORERU REGION
EFFORTS OF SAKYO WARD, IWAKURA SPHERE.
Shigeo Matsumoto (Japan)

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LET'S JOIN IN "ANE CAFE" WITH A LOT OF JOYNESS AND SMILING.
Jiro Nagahashi (Japan)

PO2-302

'IT'S GOOD TO SEE NATURAL GROUND' - EXPLORING THE ROLE OF CREATIVITY, BILINGUALISM, CULTURALLY SPECIFIC MEMORY AND AN ORAL TRADITION IN ADDRESSING THE NEEDS OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA IN THE OUTER HEBRIDES.
Jonathan Macleod (United Kingdom)

PO2-303

WHAT MAKES A COMMUNITY DEMENTIA-FRIENDLY?
Sara Miles (United Kingdom)

PO2-304

SOCIAL INCIDENTS COMMITTED BY PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA AND “RATIONAL CONSIDERATION” AGAINST DISCRIMINATION OF LAW FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITY.
Takashi Hayashi Furukawa (Japan)

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THE EFFICACY OF DEMENTIA CAFÉ USING OLD TRADITIONAL JAPANESE HOUSE (KOMINKA) FOR PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CAREGIVERS.
Motoharu Kawai (Japan)

PO2-306

ROLE OF DEMENTIA CERTIFIED NURSES IN THE COMMUNITY: THROUGH THE CASE STUDY.
Yuki Nakamura (Japan)

PO2-307

DEVELOPMENT OF A DEMENTIA-FRIENDLY COMMUNITY PROGRAM FEATURING CONVENIENCE STORES.
Hiroshige Matsumoto (Japan)

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DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT AND REACTION MANUALS: DEVELOPMENT AND UTILIZATION OF A COMMUNITY-BASED, BOTTOM-UP APPROACH.
Yoshiyuki Kawano (Japan)

PO2-309

MATCH OF "D-CAFE HEALTHY MEASUREMENT MEETING" IN SUZUKA-SHI NAGO AREA.
Yuki Sano (Japan)

PO2-310

EXAMINATION OF ISSUES IDENTIFIED DURING THE PREPARATION OF AN ADMINISTRATION MANUAL BY AN INDUSTRY-ACADEMIA-GOVERNMENT COLLABORATION PROJECT FOR LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE FACILITIES.
Akiko Kitagawa (Japan)

PO2-311

ACTIVITIES AND ROLE OF THE AAJ FUKUSHIMA-KEN BRANCH OF THE GREAT EAST JAPAN EARTHQUAKE.
Masanori Ashino (Japan)

PO2-312

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FOR PEOPLE WITH EARLY ONSET DEMENTIA,THEIR FAMILY AND THE SUPPORTERS BY LOCALS IN KAKOGAWA.
Masami Yoshida (Japan)

PO2-313

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITY IN TAIWAN.
Li-Yu Tang (Taiwan)

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REALIZING DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES WITH “WORDS FOR A JOURNEY”.
Tomoki Kaneko (Japan)

PO2-315

PROPOSAL FOR A DEMENTIA FRIENDLY TRANSPORTATION.
Ryoichi Maeda (Japan)

PO2-316

COMMUNITY BUILDING THAT PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA CAN GO OUT WITH CONFIDENCE
IN OMUTA-CITY.
Mayumi Miyata (Japan)

PO2-317

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY WEST DUNBARTONSHIRE.
Brian Polding Clyde (United Kingdom)

PO2-318

HOW A RURAL DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITY SUPPORTS DEMENTIA FAMILIES.
Steven Henderson (United Kingdom)

PO2-319

LIFE EXPERIENCES OF OLDER ADULTS WITH DEMENTIA IN TAIWAN.
Miao-Chuan Chen (Taiwan)

PO2-320

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES; LESSONS FROM WALES UK.
Judith Phillips (United Kingdom)

 PO2-427  IT IS ... FROM THE ACTION OF THE DEMENTIA CAFE IN ... KASAOKA-SHI, OKAYAMA ABOUT THE WAY OF THE DEMENTIA CAFE OF THE JAPANESE MODEL
Nozomu TAKAHASHI (Japan)

 

 

End of Life Care

PO2-321

PERSONALIZED END-OF-LIFE CARE FOR OLDER ADULTS WITH DEMENTIA LIVING IN GROUP HOMES - BASED ON FOCUS GROUP INTERVIEW FOR GROUP HOME MANEGERS.
Michiyo Yanagisawa (Japan)

PO2-322

ADAPTATION OF THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN LATE-STAGE DEMENTIA (QUALID) SCALE FOR USE WITH JAPANESE SAMPLES.
Yuma Nagata (Japan)

PO2-323

WHAT WE NEED TO LET PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA APPROACHING END-OF-LIFE DIE IN PEACE.
Keiko Sato (Japan)

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CHARACTERISTICS OF END-OF-LIFE CARE IN GROUP HOMES FOR THE ELDERLY WITH DEMENTIA IN JAPAN
– BASED ON QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEYS OF MANAGERS.
Mayuko Hiramatsu (Japan)

PO2-325

PALLIATIVE CARE FOR RESIDENT WITH DEMENTIA IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES: A SWOT ANALYSIS.
Hsiul-Li Huang (Taiwan)

PO2-326

FACTORS ASSOCIATED NURSES PROVIDING ADVANCE CARE PLANNING FOR RESIDENTS WITH DEMENTIA IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES.
Hsiul-Li Huang (Taiwan)

PO2-327

SUPPORT FOR ELDERLY’S DECISION-MAKING ABOUT THEIR END-OF-LIFE CARE.
Rika Usami (Japan)

PO2-329

AN ASSESSMENT OF FAMILY CARE FOR A FAMILY MEMBER WITH DEMENTIA.
Yoshiko Ozawa (Japan)

 

 

Engaging People with Dementia and Carers

PO2-331

THE SUPPORT AND SERVICE NEEDS OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA LIVING IN A RURAL COMMUNITY IN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA: A DELPHI STUDY.
Michael Bauer (Australia)

PO2-332

BUILDING AND UTILIZING A WEBSITE TITLED “EXPERIENCES OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND FAMILY CARERS NARRATED THROUGH VIDEO AND AUDIO INTERVIEWS”.
Tomiko Takeuchi (Japan)

PO2-333

JURONG COMMUNITY HOSPITAL DEMENTIA CARE PROJECT: AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH IN INPATIENT REHABILITATION TO ENGAGE PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Chi Siong Chua (Singapore)

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OBJECTIVES OF COUPLE-CENTRED INTERVENTIONS IN DEMENTIA: A SCOPING REVIEW OF INTERVENTIONS WHERE COUPLES JOINTLY PARTICIPATE.
Therese Bielsten (Sweden)

PO2-335

A NEW APPROACH TO LIFESTYLE - WOW | WORLD OF WELLNESS.
Peter Bewert (Australia)

PO2-336

EXAMINATION OF THE USEFULNESS OF THE ODAYAKA (WELL-BEING) SCALE FOR DEMENTIA ELDERLY PEOPLES (DEOS) IN LIVING HOME IN JAPAN
―COMPARING THE EVALUATION OF THE FAMILY AND THE NURSE.
Hiromi Tujimura (Japan)

PO2-337

TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT GROUP ACTIVITIES FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA.
Arlene Astell (Canada)

PO2-338

THREE CASE STUDIES IN DEMENTIA CARE IN THE COMMUNITY IN JAPAN: FROM COMMUNITY NURSE'S PERSPECTIVES.
Chie Katayama (Japan)

PO2-339

LITERATURE REVIEW OF CURRENT LONG-DISTANCE NURSING CARE IN JAPAN.
Nobuko AIDA (Japan)

PO2-340

PATTERNS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF A UNIQUE COMMUNICATION: TALKING WITH A LOVED ONE WHO IS LIVING WITH DEMENTIA.
Daniella Arieli (Israel)

PO2-341

SUNDOWN SYNDROME, SLEEP QUALITY AND WALKING AMONG COMMUNITY-RESIDING WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.
Yen Hua Shih (Taiwan)

PO2-342

HEARING THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR FAMILY
ARZHEIMER ASSOCIATION JAPAN TOKYO BRANCH.
Kyoko Ohno (Japan)

PO2-343

"WANT TO MEET, WANT TO TALK" -GETTING TOGETHER FROM ALL OVER JAPAN.
Takako Horii (Japan)

PO2-344

IS A VISUAL ARTS PROGRAMME BENEFICIAL FOR THE QUALITY OF LIFE AND WELL-BEING OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA? FINDINGS FROM DEMENTIA AND IMAGINATION.
Gill Windle (United Kingdom)

PO2-345

“ALZHEIMER’S CAFÉ” IN JAPAN: PRACTICE AND ISSUE.
Masayo Shimaoka (Japan)

PO2-346

HAVING FUN AND ENJOYING LIFE - A COMMUNICATION AID.
Belinda Black (United Kingdom)

PO2-347

ENGANGING PEOPLE WITH EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA IN RESEARCH.
Diana Schack Thoft (Denmark)

PO2-348

SMELL-A-MEMORY - A SMALL GROUP INTERVENTION FOR PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA.
Li Leng Eunice Tan (Singapore)

PO2-349

LOSS AND RECONSTRUCTION IN WHAT MAKES LIFE WORTH LIVING FOR A PERSON WITH EARLY ONSET DEMENTIA.
Ayako Sekiguchi (Japan)

PO2-350

INTERGENERATIONAL BOARD GAME DESIGN: ENGAGING COLLEGE STUDENTS THROUGH COMMUNITY NURSING PRACTICES WITH ELDERLY ALZHEIMER'S PATIENTS.
Shu-Ying Li (Taiwan)

PO2-351

OUR OWN TREEHOUSE: SYNCHRONOUS PEER VIDEO CONFERENCING IN NEUROCOGNITIVE DISORDER.
David Paulson (United States)

PO2-352

THE COMMUNITY REHABILITATION PROGRAM TO ENHANCE THE EXPERIENCE OF INTERACTION BETWEEN THE PEOPLE WITH MILD DEMENTIA AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS IN TAIWAN.
Yuying Chu (Taiwan)

PO2-353

LET’S CONNECT – DIGITAL GAMES FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA.
Arlene Astell (Canada)

PO2-355

SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT – VIEWS OF PEOPLE WITH YOUNGER ONSET MEMORY DISEASE.
Virvatuli Ryynanen (Finland)

 

 

Epidemiology

PO2-356

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BEHAVIORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA, CARE DEPENDENCY, AND QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG ELDERLY JAPANESE POPULATION WITH DEMENTIA IN LONG-TERM INSURANCE FACILITIES.
Mizue Suzuki (Japan)

PO2-357

CLINICAL FEATURES OF INCIDENTAL MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AND DEMENTIA IN A POPULATION-BASED STUDY.
Nozomi Hishikawa (Japan)

PO2-358

PREVALENCE OF PRURITUS IN PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: A MULTI-REGIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY.
Akihiko Ikoma (Japan)

PO2-359

PREVALENCE OF DRIVING INCIDENTS OF DEMENTIA PATIENTS IN AN ELDERLY COHORT.
You Joung Kim (Republic Of Korea)

PO2-360

THE CURRENT STATUS OF LOW-DOSE PRESCRIPTION OF CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS AND NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST.
Chiaki Arakawa (Japan)

PO2-361

BRAINS FOR DEMENTIA RESEARCH: CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COHORT.
Paul Francis (United Kingdom)

PO2-362

FOLLOWING PEOPLE WITHOUT DEMENTIA IN A COHORT TO BRAIN DONATION: OUTCOMES FOR COGNITION AND BRAIN PATHOLOGY.
Paul Francis (United Kingdom)

PO2-363

WEBパネルを用いた認知症患者および介助者のQOL・生産性損失調査.
Ataru Igarashi (Japan)

PO2-364

A PILOT STUDY EVALUATING TELEPHONE & VIDEO BASED PSYCHOMETRIC ASSESSMENT IN VOLUNTEER BRAIN DONORS AGED 65+ YEARS.
Helen Costello (United Kingdom)

PO2-365

LOSSES IN A LONGITUDINALLY MONITORED COHORT WITH BRAIN DONATION AS THE STUDY END POINT.
Helen Costello (United Kingdom)

PO2-366

PREVALENCE AND CHARACTERISTICS OF PARTICIPANTS WITH SUBJECTIVE COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT (SCI) IN POTENTIAL BRAIN DONORS AGED 65+ YEARS.
Helen Costello (United Kingdom)

 

 

Models of Care

PO2-367

HIGHER WORK DEMANDS MADE THE FAMILY CAREGIVERS OF ELDERS WITH DEMENTIA VULNERABLE TO HIGHER CAREGIVING DEMANDS: STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING WITH A CROSS-SECTIONAL QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY.
Yu-Nu Wang (Taiwan)

PO2-368

A CONCEPT ANALYSIS; HUMAN DIGNITY FOR ELDERLY IN HEALTH CARE.
Yoriko Aoki (Japan)

PO2-369

A NEW APPROACH TO PERSON CENTEREDNESS |AUSTRALIAN PILOT OF THE BUTTERFLY CARE MODEL.
Peter Bewert (Australia)

PO2-371

AN ENABLING MODEL OF CARE FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA IN RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE.
Michael Preece (Australia)

PO2-372

THE GOLDEN TICKET- AN INNOVATIVE MODEL OF DEMENTIA CARE.
Emma Costello, Elizabeth Gill and Kim Grosvenor (United Kingdom)

PO2-373

STAFF TRAINING, BPSD MANAGEMENT AND BURNOUT REDUCTION IN LONG TERM CARE OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Andrea Fabbo (Italy)

PO2-374

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY HOSPITAL: A PRELIMINARY EXPERIENCE IN ITALY.
Andrea Fabbo (Italy)

PO2-375

TRANSLATING THE HOGEWEYK MODEL INTO THE NEW ZEALAND CONTEXT: THE WHARE AROHA CARE VILLAGE.
Kay Shannon (New Zealand)

PO2-376

DIGNITY FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA: THE DIFFERENCES AMONG OCCUPATIONS.
Tatsuji Uchida (Japan)

PO2-377

CONSUMER ENGAGEMENT: FROM RESEARCH QUESTION TO IMPLEMENTATION.
Sally Grosvenor (Australia)

PO2-378

THE COGS CLUB: A MULTIMODAL PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTION FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Andrea Fabbo (Italy)

PO2-379

TAINAN MODEL: AN INTEGRATED DEMENTIA CARE MODEL.
Ming-Chyi Pai (Taiwan)

PO2-380

THE CARE OF ELDERLY PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA IS A “SYMPHONY"
Mitsuhiro Sugitani (Japan)

PO2-381

THE DEVELOPMENT OF ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA WHO PARTICIPATED IN AN INTERGENERATIONAL DAY PROGRAM WITH CHILDREN: A CASE REPORT EXAMINING IMPROVEMENT IN DEPRESSION (GDS15).
Satomi Meguro (Japan)

 

 

New and Future Treatments

PO2-382

THE NUTRACEUTICAL-ELICIT COGNITIVE IMPROVEMENT IN AN AMYLOID-BETA42-INJECTION MOUSE MODEL OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE IS MEDIATED BY ACTIVATION OF AUTOPHAGY.
Yung-Feng Liao (Taiwan)

PO2-383

AN OVERVIEW OF INTEPIRDINE (RVT-101) IN CLINICAL TRIALS FOR DEMENTIA: EFFECTS ON COGNITION AND ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING AND DEVELOPMENT PLANS IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND DEMENTIA WITH LEWY BODIES.
Ilan Fogel (United States)

PO2-384

AN OPEN-LABEL, REPEAT DOSE STUDY TO EVALUATE THE SAFETY AND PHARMACOKINETICS OF INTEPIRDINE (RVT-101) IN HEALTHY JAPANESE SUBJECTS.
Ilan Fogel (United States)

PO2-385

BETA-AMYLOID IN THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT MAY CAUSE COGNITIVE DEFICITS: PROTECTIVE ACTION OF SOY FLAVONOIDS.
Yuen Hang Julia Liu (Hong Kong)

PO2-386

INVESTIGATIONS ON NOOTROPIC EFFECTS OF A. RACEMOSUS IN MICE.
Hanumanthachar Karichedu Joshi (India)

PO2-387

EFFECTIVENESS AND TOLERABILITY OF SOUVENAID IN CHINESE PATIENTS WITH MILD ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND OTHER DEMENTIAS IN A REAL-WORLD CLINIC SETTING. AN OPEN-LABEL STUDY.
Leung-Wing Chu (Hong Kong)

PO2-388

LIPOSOMAL PREPARATION FOR TREATMENT ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.
Nina Ivanova (Ukraine)

PO2-389

PROTECTIVE ACTION OF THE GHRELIN AGONIST, HM01, AGAINST BETA-AMYLOID-INDUCED TOXICITY: A FOCUS ON THE BRAIN-GUT AXIS IN MICE.
Ya Yi SUN (Hong Kong)

PO2-390

NOVEL STRATEGIES OF TREATMENT OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AND SCHIZOPHRENIA BASED ON D-CELLS HYPOTHESIS.
Jerzy Leszek (Poland)

PO2-391

AN OPEN PILOT STUDY OF NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL AUGMENTATION THERAPY FOR BEHAVIOR AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA (BPSD) USING INAUDIBLE HIGH-FREQUENCY SOUNDS.
Yuichi Yamashita (Japan)

 

 

New Research Methodologies

PO2-392

ALZHEIMER: BLOCKING OR MODIFYING AMYLOID BETA.
Wolfgang Schramm (Germany)

PO2-393

DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN WORKING MEMORY AND INHIBITION IMPAIRMENT IN DEMENTIA.
Trevor Crawford (United Kingdom)

PO2-394

GANGETIN REVERSES MEMORY IMPAIRMENTS INDUCED BY SCOPOLAMINE, DIAZEPAM AND NATURAL AGEING IN MICE.
Hanumanthachar Karichedu Joshi (India)

 

 

Non AD Dementias

PO2-395

OLFACTORY DEFICIT AS A RISK FACTOR OF AMNESTIC MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT.
Yuda Turana (Indonesia)

PO2-396

IMBALANCE OF BMP PATHWAY INVOLVED IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.
Sun Lin (China)

PO2-397

THE INSTRUMENTAL ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING IN PATIENTS WITH VASCULAR DEMENTIA ARE WORSE THAN THOSE WITH ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE.
Wei Li (China)

PO2-398

RIGHT TEMPORAL LOBE VARIANT OF FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA.
José Antonio Rojo Aladro (Spain)

 

 

Rehabilitation and Enablement

PO2-399

CARE EXPERIENCE SHARING - APPLICATION OF "HOUSE RENOVATION" IN DEMENTIA PATIENT'S HOME SAFETY.
Li Tin Huang (Taiwan)

PO2-400

THE PROCESS OF DETERMINING THE THERAPY PROGRAM FOR USERS OF SEVERE DEMENTIA DAY CARE.
Yumiko Ishii (Japan)

PO2-401

COMMUNITY BASED EXERCISE INTERVENTION IN ELDERS WITH MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AND DEMENTIA IN A RESOURCE-POOR AREA.
Jung-Cheng Yang (Taiwan)

PO2-402

DO COGNITIVE TASKS AFFECT BRAIN ACTIVATION DURING THE RESTING-STATE?
Hironori Ohsugi (Japan)

PO2-403

DEVELOPMENT OF THE COGNITIVE TEST FOR SEVERE DEMENTIA -EXAMINING RELIABILITY, VALIDITY, RESPONSIVENESS AND INTERPRETABILITY.
Hiroyuki Tanaka (Japan)

PO2-404

LIVE WELL WITH DEMENTIA PROGRAMME: THE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND VALUE OF A PROGRAMME BASED ON SELF-MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH EARLY STAGE DEMENTIA.
Zoe Campbell (United Kingdom)

PO2-406

ACTIVITIES THAT ENABLE CAPABILITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE TO A PERSON WITH YOUNGER ONSET DEMENTIA: A 9-YEAR CASE STUDY.
Yinghui Wu (Taiwan)

PO2-407

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AMOUNT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION, ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING, AND BEHAVIORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS IN SEVERE DEMENTIA.
Daiki Ishimaru (Japan)

PO2-408

COMMUNITY-BASED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY IN JAPAN -SOCIAL INCLUSION.
Daiki Ishimaru (Japan)

PO2-409

THE APPLICATION AND EFFICACY OF THE EXERCISE TRAINING PROGRAM IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA- EXPERIENCE SHARING AT A COMMUNITY CARE CENTER OF DEMENTIA IN HSIN-CHU.
Yi-Chen Tsai (Taiwan)

PO2-410

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS AND HEARING TESTED BY THE WHISPERED VOICE IN ELDERLY.
Takako Yoshimura (Japan)

 

 

Technology and Dementia

PO2-411

DETECTING COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT WITH THE FOUR SQUARE STEP TEST.
Yu-Hsiu Chu (Taiwan)

PO2-412

UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF SOCIALISATION ROBOTS ON THE SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT OF OLDER ADULTS WITH COGNITIVE DECLINE.
Kylie Pratt (Australia)

PO2-413

DEMENTIA ASSESSMENT TOOLS: OBSERVATIONAL APPROACH FOR SUBTLE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL PATTERNS.
Kristine Newman (Canada)

PO2-414

BEST EVIDENCE FOR PROVIDING SPONTANEOUSLY ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY-BASED SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR INFORMAL CAREGIVERS.
Rie Konno (Japan)

PO2-415

INTERACTIVE APP BASED PLATFORM SERVICE FOR DEMENTIA CARE.
Jee Hyang Jeong (Republic Of Korea)

PO2-416

INTERNET BASED INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CAREGIVERS; A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW, META-ANALYSIS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVE.
Kieren Egan (United Kingdom)

PO2-417

DEVELOPING A WEB-BASED PLATFORM FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CAREGIVERS: A USER-PARTICIPATORY STUDY.

Rosie Dunn (United Kingdom)

PO2-418

ACTIVE@HOME: PLAYFUL FLEXIBLE MULTIMODAL DAILY TRAINING, MOBILE MULTISENSORY DIAGNOSTICS AND RECOMMENDER SYSTEM WITHIN A SOCIAL NETWORK OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Lucas Paletta (Austria)

 

 

Well-Being

PO2-423

REMEMBERING YESTERDAY, CARING TODAY (RYCT) SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT THROUGH CREATIVE REMINISCENCE ARTS PROJECTS FOR FAMILIES LIVING WITH DEMENTIA.
Pam Schweitzer (United Kingdom)