Plenary Sessions

Parallel Sessions

Workshops

Lunch or Coffee Break in Exhibition and Poster Viewing

Symposia





07:30–08:30

Annex Hall 1

 

Sponsored Symposium

 

07:30–08:30

Annex Hall 2

   Sponsored Symposium

 

 

 

08:45–09:00
Main Hall
  Introduction
Fumiatsu Sugino (Japan)

09:00–10:30

Main Hall

Plenary 5
Dementia Friendly Communities

    How Nigeria is chipping away at the stigma traditionally attached to dementia by using
the UK’s Dementia Friends programme outline and materials. Adaptations were made to roll the programme
out to help change the way the nation thinks, acts and talks about the condition. In the space of a few months
there were over 21 Dementia Friends Champions in 19 of the 36 states of Nigeria.
Kiki Edwards (Nigeria)
    Iran Alzheimer Association’s Education Project for 4500 Elementary school children
Faraneh Kaboli (Iran)
    The “Café con A.L.M.A” of Argentina, succeeds in providing resources, services, and assistance to people
with dementia and their family carers so as to fight against stigma and to raise awareness of the disease
Noemi Medina (Argentina)
     State wide campaign by staging plays in all districts of Kerala to raise awareness and create dementia friends
Meera Pattabiraman (India)
    Alzheimer Society of British Columbia’s (Canada) Dementia
Friendly Community initiative: how the Society
meaningfully engages people with dementia and care partners, the central role of local governments, and the
tools which have been developed for the initiative
Maria Howard (Canada)
    Alzheimer’s Society asked people living with dementia ‘How can the world become more dementia friendly?’ “By listening to people with dementia and learning from them,” was Gina Shaw’s pertinent answer. As the movement for more dementia-friendly communities grows at pace, Alzheimer’s Society ambassadors Gina Shaw and Chris Roberts take stock and reflect on what makes a community dementia-friendly – how can we evaluate this activity, and how can we support more communities to help people to live well with dementia.

Regina Shaw and Chris Roberts (United Kingdom)
    Dementia Friendly Communities:  why does Singapore
need this project,  progress achieved so far,  challenges faced and personal experiences
Eny Arifin (Singapore)

  Dementia Friendly Communities around Japan: national goals – local approaches and styles
·         Insights from Kyoto
·         Insights from Kumamoto

Mr. Takeya Hashimoto (Kyoto Comprehensive Regional Care Promotion Organization) and 
Ms. Mineko Matsunaga (Dupty Director “Koushi no Sato” Health care facility for elderly)

 

 

 

10:30–11:00

 

Morning Coffee Break in Exhibition and Poster Viewing

 

 

 

 

11:00–12:30

Main Hall

O21

Parallel Session
Scientific topics in dementia

11:00–11:15

O21-01

ESTABLISHING A LINK BETWEEN PROTEIN METABOLISM AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: BASED ON A LONGITUDINAL PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS IN AN AGING COHORT.
Veer Bala Gupta (Australia)

11:15–11:30

O21-02

CROSS-ACTIVATION OF INNATE IMMUNITY RECEPTORS AS A DRIVING FORCE IN ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
Kazimierz Gasiorowski (Poland)

11:30–11:45

O21-03

MEDICATION PATTERN FOR DIFFERENT TYPE OF DEMENTIA.
Shu-Yu Yang (Taiwan)

11:45–12:00

O21-04

EMPOWERMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS: BIG DATA AND MACHINE LEARNING TO THE RESCUE?
Kieren J. Egan (United Kingdom)

12:00–12:15

O21-05

A CLINICAL RESEARCH OF THE EFFECT OF FERULIC ACID AND ANGELICA ARCHANGELICA EXTRACT ON AMYLOID BETA DEPOSITION IN MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT PATIENTS.
Kenichi Matsuyama (Japan)

12:15–12:30

O21-06

APOE-TOMM40 HAPLOTYPES AND ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE PHENOTYPES.
Alexander Vostrov (United States)

 

 

 

11:00–12:30

Annex Hall 1

O22

Parallel Session
Carer support and training

11:00–11:15

O22-01

LIVING WITH DEMENTIA AT HOME IN SLOVENIA.
Meredith Gresham (Australia)

11:15–11:30

O22-02

SENSE OF SELF EXPRESSED IN SUPPORT GROUPS BY ADULT CHILDREN OF PERSONS LIVING WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.
Ragnhild Hedman (Sweden)

11:30–11:45

O22-03

GOING TO STAY AT HOME: A COMPREHENSIVE, INTENSIVE, RESIDENTIAL TRAINING PROGRAM FOR CARERGIVERS AND THE PERSON WITH DEMENTIA.
David Krivec (Slovenia)

11:45–12:00

O22-04

CARERS MAKING DECISIONS ABOUT PLACE OF CARE: THE DECIDE STUDY QUALITATIVE FINDINGS.
Kathryn Lord (United Kingdom)

12:00–12:15

O22-05

IMPACT EXPERIENCED BY CAREGIVERS TAKING CARE OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN GHANA.
Venance Dey (Ghana)

12:15–12:30

O22-06

FUSION- CARE
A UNIQUE CUISINE CREATED TO COMBINE THE THREE SIDES OF THE CARING TRIANGLE, THE PERSON WITH DEMENTIA, THE FAMILY, AND THE FOREIGN CARE- GIVER.

Debi lahav (Israel)

 

 

 

11:00–12:30

Annex Hall 2

O23

Parallel Session
Rehabilitation and enablement

11:00–11:15

O23-01

CREATING DIALOGUE IN DEMENTIA CARE: COLLABORATIVE EXPLORATION OF HOPES AND DESIRES IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY.
Ryoko Watanabe (Japan)

11:30–11:45

O23-03

ALTZHIMER GAVE ME A LOT OF THINGS TO LIVE AND SHOWED MY FAMILY WHAT LIFE IS!, WHAT HUMAN IS.
Takayo Oda (Japan)

11:45–12:00

O23-04

THE ELECTRONIC TOILET-TOP BIDET: AN IMPROVEMENT IN TOILETING CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND NURSING HOME STAFF.
Susan Suchan (United States)

12:00–12:15

O23-05

POST DIAGNOSIS: DEMENTIA ENABLEMENT GUIDE.
Denise Craig (Australia)

12:15–12:30

O23-06

LEARNING A NEW LANGUAGE TO LIVE WELL WITH PRIMARY PROGRESSIVE APHASIA.
Meredith Gresham (Australia)

 

 

 

11:00–12:30

Room A

O24

Parallel Session
Engaging people with dementia

11:00–11:15

O24-01

THE ROSEMARY, THE DIARY OF MY HEARTH FOR MY MIND..
Andrea Fabbo (Italy)

11:15–11:30

O24-02

ENABLING SOCIAL INCLUSION IN OLDER MEN WITH DEMENTIA USING A COMMERCIAL GAMING TECHNOLOGICAL INITIATIVE.
Ben Hicks (United Kingdom)

11:30–11:45

O24-03

DOGS4DEMENTIA- PAWS FOR THOUGHT AN AUSTRALIAN FIRST INITIATIVE WHERE ASSISTANCE DOGS WILL UNDERTAKE TASKS TO SUPPORT PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS.
Janine MacDonald (Australia)

11:45–12:00

O24-04

CHANGES IN JAPAN - VIEW FROM OUTSIDE
Christine Bryden (Australia)

12:00–12:15

O24-05

WITHDRAWN

12:15–12:30

O24-06

LIVING WITH DEMENTIA -DISSEMINATING THE VOICE OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA BY PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Tomofumi Tanno (Japan)

 

 

 

11:00–12:30

Room B1

O25

Parallel Session
End of Life

11:00–11:15

O25-01

BARRIERS TO ADVANCE CARE PLANNING FOR SPOUSAL COUPLES AFFECTED BY DEMENTIA: A QUALITATIVE STUDY
Tony Ryan (United Kingdom)

11:15–11:30

O25-02

THE DIGNITY IN ADVANCED DEMENTIA (DIADEM) STUDY: IMPACT OF AN INTEGRATED GERIATRIC PALLIATIVE HOMECARE PROGRAMME.
Allyn Hum (Singapore)

11:30–11:45

O25-03

PALLIATION, DEATH AND DYING | CONSIDERATIONS FOR PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA.
Peter Bewert (Australia)

11:45–12:00

O25-04

HER LAST DAYS WITH ART AND ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE.
Nozomi Nagasaki (Japan)

12:00–12:15

O25-05

STRUGGLING TO MAINTAIN PROFESSIONAL BOUNDARIES FOR CARE HOME WORKERS PROVIDING END OF LIFE CARE FOR RESIDENTS WITH DEMENTIA.
Tushna Vandrevala (United Kingdom)

12:15–12:30

O25-06

HOW WILL THE DEMENTED ELDERLY REACT TO THE SUGGESTION OF PLACING GASTROSTOMY TUBE?
Kazuhiro Niizato (Japan)

 

 

 

11:00–12:30

Room D

WO5

Workshop
Dementia Friendly Japan Initiative (DFJI), Alzheimer's Association Japan (AAJ) and World Young Leaders in Dementia (WYLD)

Assessment of dementia-friendly communities: How to assess and promote dementia-friendliness in each community

 

 

 

12:30–14:00

 

Lunch Break in Exhibition and Poster Viewing

 

 

 

 

13:00–14:00

Annex Hall 1


Sponsored Symposium

13:00–14:00

Annex Hall 2

 

Sponsored Symposium

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Main Hall

Plenary 6
Early Onset Dementia

14:00–14:30

PL13

Early Onset Dementia: The Japanese Approach

Prof. Heii Arai (Japan)
Reiko Ashino (Japan)

14:30–15:00

PL14

Young onset dementia: diverse disorders, diverse care

Dr. Adrienne Withall (Australia)

14:00–15:30

PL15

Global Overview of Early Onset Research in the Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer’s Network

Dr. Randall Bateman (USA)

 

 

 

15:30–16:00

Main Hall

 

Closing Ceremony


Programme subject to change.