Building a Dementia-Friendly World
Wednesday 26th April 13:30–17:00
Room E, International Conference Centre Kyoto (ICCK), Kyoto, Japan
Join us for a special half-day symposium of the 32nd ADI International Conference in April 2017. This pre-conference event will showcase dementia-friendly initiatives from around the globe and provides an opportunity to collaborate, debate and network with others to build a dementia-friendly world.
Attendance is free to global delegates attending the 32nd ADI International Conference.
People involved in designing, implementing and monitoring dementia-friendly and awareness raising initiatives are particularly encouraged to attend. It will also be of interest to clinicians, care professionals, researchers, scientists, government representatives, civil society, WHO, media, people with dementia and their supporters. The symposium is co-hosted by Alzheimer’s Society (UK) and WHO Kobe Center working in partnership with Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI).
Register now to book your place. Please note, registration for the Building a Dementia-Friendly World Symposium is separate to the main conference registration.
Please click here for the Symposium programme in English.
Please click here for the Symposium programme in Japanese.
For more information on the symposium, please click here.
The Path to 2025: Building the ecosystem for Alzheimer’s innovation
Wednesday 26th April 09:00–13:00
Room C1, International Conference Centre Kyoto (ICCK), Kyoto, Japan
Organisers: The Global CEO initiative, ResearchersAgainstAlzheimer's and the Global Coalition on Aging
For the Path to 2025 registration, please click here
Effective use of photography and video for dementia awareness and education
Wednesday 26th April 09:30–12:00
Room C2, International Conference Centre Kyoto (ICCK), Kyoto, Japan
To register for the Effective use of photography and video for dementia awareness and education, please click here