Plenary Sessions

Parallel Sessions

Workshops

Lunch or Coffee Break in Exhibition and Poster Viewing

Symposia





 Time/Room Session Code  Session Title 

07:30–08:30

Annex Hall 1

 

Sponsored Symposium
Axovant

07:30–08:45

Annex Hall 2

 

Symposium
World Young Leaders in Dementia (WYLD)

 

 

 

08:45–09:30

Main Hall

 

Opening Ceremony

Introduction
Tomofumi Tanno (Japan)

     

09:30–11:00

Main Hall

 

Plenary 1
Global Aspect of Dementia

09:30–10:00

PL01

Overview of Dementia Movement from Early 1980's–2017

Marc Wortmann (UK)

10:00–10:30

PL02

Dementia Movement in Japan from 1980-2017

Kunio Takami (Japan)

10:30–11:00

PL03

What kinds of knowledge and wisdom can we propose for next generations?

Prof. Kiyoshi Kurokawa (WDC-Japan)

 

 

 

11:00–11:30

 

Morning Coffee Break in Exhibition and Poster Viewing

 

 

 

 

11:00–12:30

Main Hall

Plenary 2
Equity and Access in Dementia Care

11:00–11:30

PL04

Dignity in Care in the Heart, Mind and Actions: DIGNITY AND DEMENTIA - Zero tolerance to all form of abuse : Improving the journey of consumers and their care givers in the acute and community care setting

Dr. Faizal Ibrahim (Australia)

11:30–12:00

PL05

Human rights for people with dementia

Kate Swaffer (Australia)

12:00–12:30

PL06

Equity and Access through Collaboration in Dementia Care

Li Ling Ng (Singapore) 

 

 

 

13:00–14:00

 

Lunch Break in Exhibition and Poster Viewing

 

 

 

 

13:00–14:00

Annex Hall 1

 

Sponsored Symposium
Alzheimer Nederland

13:00–14:00

Annex Hall 2

 

Sponsored Symposium
Eli Lilly

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Main Hall

O1

Parallel Session
Diagnosis and imaging

14:00–14:15

O1-01

A NEW SIMPLE SCORE (ABS) FOR SCREENING BEHAVIORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.
Koji Abe (Japan)

14:15–14:30

O1-02

DOWN ALZHEIMER BARCELONA NEUROIMAGING INITIATIVE (DABNI) PROJECT: A TRIAL READY COHORT TO STUDY ALZHEIMER BIOMARKERS IN DOWN SYNDROME.
Juan Fortea (Spain)

14:30–14:45

O1-03

OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA IN DEMENTIA.
Ramel Carlos (Guam)

14:45–15:00

O1-04

HOW ADDITIONAL DIAGNOSTIC TESTS INFLUENCE THE INITIAL CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS IN MEMORY CLINIC PATIENTS.
Helen Wu (Australia)

15:00–15:15

O1-05

PATIENT RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION IN ALZHEIMER CLINICAL TRIALS: FORGOTTEN IMPACT OF INCREASED UTILIZATION OF MRI AND PET IMAGING.
Kohkan Shamsi (United States)

15:15–15:30

O1-06

THE EFFECT OF APOE PHENOTYPE ON THE ASSOCIATION OF PLASMA BETA-AMYLOID AND CORTICAL AMYLOID ACCUMULATION.
Amane Tateno (Japan)

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Room A

O2

Parallel Session
Dementia policies and public policy initiatives

14:00–14:15

O2-01

PROPOSAL OF A NATIONAL POLICY FOR NON-PHARMACEUTICAL TREATMENT OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE USING THE YUBA METHOD+-[HI]2-DEMENTIA WITH KARAOKE.
Toru Yuba (Japan)

14:15–14:30

O2-02

HOW MIGRANTS NEEDS ARE NEGLECTED IN THE NEW AUSTRIAN DEMENTIA REPORT.
Nevin Altintop (Austria)

14:30–14:45

O2-03

REVIEW OF CLINICAL GUIDELINES ON USE OF ANTIPSYCHOTIC DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OF BEHAVIORAL SYMPTOMS IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND THEIR IMPACT ON PATIENT OUTCOMES.
Myrlene Aigbogun (United States)

14:45–15:00

O2-04

COSTA RICA ALZHEIMER PLAN. DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THREE YEARS OF THE FIRST ALZHEIMER PLAN OF A COUNTRY MEDIUM OR LOW INCOME.
Norbel Roman (Costa Rica)

15:00–15:15

O2-05

FROM RAISING AWARENESS TO NATIONAL DEMENTIA STRATEGY.
Stefania Zlobec (Slovenia)

15:15–15:30

O2-06

LABEL OR NO LABEL "DEMENTIA FRIENDLY".
Stefanie Becker (Switzerland)

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Annex Hall 2

O3

Parallel Session
Education and training of the workforce

14:00–14:15

O3-01

DEVELOPMENT OF A CONSUMER COMPANION GUIDE TO THE NEW AUSTRALIAN DEMENTIA GUIDELINES.
Jane Thompson (Australia)

14:15–14:30

O3-02

DEMENTIA AWARENESS AMONG HEALTH PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS IN GHANA. RESULTS FROM A CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY.
Susanne Spittel (Germany)

14:30–14:45

O3-03

THE PREVENTING DEMENTIA MOOC: EDUCATION AS A PUBLIC HEALTH INTERVENTION.
James Vickers (Australia)

14:45–15:00

O3-04

DEVELOPMENT OF AN ACUTE GENERAL HOSPITAL WORKFORCE TO PROVIDE INFORMED AND SKILLED CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Joanne Brooke (United Kingdom)

15:00–15:15

O3-05

THE BACHELOR OF DEMENTIA CARE:
EDUCATION AS AN ESSENTIAL INTERVENTION IN BUILDING DEMENTIA LITERACY.
Lynette Goldberg (Australia)

15:15–15:30

O3-06

OPEN ONLINE EDUCATION: TRANSLATING DEMENTIA KNOWLEDGE TO NON-TRADITIONAL SETTINGS AND STUDENTS.
Matthew Kirkcaldie (Australia)

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Room B1

O4

Parallel Session
Environment and design

14:00–14:15

O4-01

CARE MODEL OF DAY CARE CENTER FOR DEMENTIA IN THE RENOVATION OF EXISTING SCHOOL BUILDINGS WITH THE VIEW OF LIFE-LONG LEARNING - A CASE STUDY OF DATONG DAY CARE CENTER IN SOUTHERN TAIWAN.
Y. Xiong (China)

14:15–14:30

O4-02

THE USE OF HOME ADAPTATION ADVICE BY PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS IN THE UK.
Fran Allen (United Kingdom)

14:30–14:45

O4-03

PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT AND INSTITUTIONAL SETTINGS FOR DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES ----COMPARISON BETWEEN SCOTTISH AND JAPANESE TOWNS----
Yutaka Inoue (Japan)

14:45–15:00

O4-04

DISCUSSION ON COMMUNITY-BASED ADULT DAY SERVICE SETTING WITH REACTIVATION AND REUSE OF EXISTING BUILDINGS PERSPECT-TAKING KAOHSIUNG DATUNG FULE ADULT DAY SERVICE CENTER FOR EXAMPLE.
Y. H. Wang (China)

15:00–15:15

O4-05

A SMALL IDEA IN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT FOR PERSON WITH MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT.
Junko Miyano (Japan)

15:15–15:30

O4-06

DEVELOPING BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR DESIGNING LIVING ENVIRONMENTS FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND SIGHT LOSS.
Alison Bowes (United Kingdom)

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Annex Hall 1

O5

Parallel Session
Dementia Friendly Communities 1

14:00–14:15

O5-01

IS ROMANIA A DEMENTIA FRIENDLY SOCIETY?

- A CRITICAL SURVEY AMONG ROMANIAN PSYCHOLOGISTS, ARCHITECTS AND NON-PROFESSIONALS.
Maria Moglan (Romania)

14:15–14:30

O5-02

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITY: THE ITALIAN EXPERIENCE OF ABBIATEGRASSO.
Daniele Zaccaria (Italy)

14:30–14:45

O5-03

BELGIAN DEMENTIA-FRIENDLY PLAN: FOCUS ON ACTIONS OF PROXIMITY AND THE CONCEPT OF "LIVING TOGETHER".
Sabine Henry (Belgium)

14:45–15:00

O5-04

THE EMERGING ELDERLY IN AFRICA: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES.
David Ndetei (Kenya)

15:00–15:15

O5-05

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES - A FUNDER'S PERSPECTIVE.
Anna Buchanan (United Kingdom)

15:15–15:30

O5-06

PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA`S LIVED EXPERIENCE OF THEIR NEIGHBOURHOOD THROUGH THE WALKING INTERVIEWS.
Elzana  Odzakovic (Sweden)

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Room D

WO1

Workshop
Dementia Alliance International (DAI)

Diagnosed with dementia: What next?

 

 

 

15:30–16:00

 

Afternoon Coffee Break in Exhibition and Poster Viewing

 

 

 

 

16:00–17:30

Main Hall

O06

Parallel Session
Risk factors and healthy ageing

16:00–16:15

O6-01

MEMORY TRAINING WITH GAMES: THE "GIOVANI NEL TEMPO " PROJECT.
Andrea Fabbo (Italy)

16:15–16:30

O6-02

TRAJECTORIES OF DIFFERENT COGNITIVE DOMAINS IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS.
Jennifer Yee-Man Tang (Hong Kong)

16:30–16:45

O6-03

LEAD INDUCED INFLAMMATION, LEARNING DEFICIT AND MEMORY LOSS IN MICE: NEUROPROTECTIVE EFFICACY OF CURCUMA LONGA.
Jitbanjong Tangpong (Thailand)

16:45–17:00

O6-04

AGEING IS NO BARRIER FOR ENGAGEMENT IN UNIVERSITY EDUCATION: A POTENTIAL INTERVENTION IN MIDDLE TO LATER LIFE TO REDUCE RISK OF DEMENTIA.
James Vickers (Australia)

17:00–17:15

O6-05

HYPERTENSION AND COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN AN ELDERLY CAMEROONIAN POPULATION: A COMMUNITY-BASED STUDY.
Frank Tianyi (Cameroon)

17:15–17:30

O6-06

ANTIDEPRESSANT MEDICATION AND RISK OF DEMENTIA: A NATIONWIDE COHORT STUDY IN TAIWAN.
Chee-Kin Then (Taiwan)

 

 

 

16:00–17:30

Room B1

O7

Parallel Session
Alliances and social systems for dementia

16:15–16:30

O7-02

CREATION OF A DEMENTIA COOPERATION NOTEBOOK THAT INCORPORATES THE PRINCIPLE OF PERSON-CENTRED CARE TO PROMOTE MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN WELFARE AND MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS.
Tetsuro Ishihara (Japan)

16:30–16:45

O7-03

WHY GET INVOLVED IN DEMENTIA RESEARCH AS A CONSUMER? PERSONAL IMPERATIVES AND POLITICAL REALITIES.
Jane Thompson (Australia)

16:45–17:00

O7-04

CONSTRUCTION OF THE HOSPITAL-BASED COMMUNITY CARE CENTER OF DEMENTIA IN HSINCHU, TAIWAN.
Yu-Ying Chu (China)

17:00–17:15

O7-05

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

17:15–17:30

O7-06

UNDERSTANDING SYMPTOM PRESENTATION, RECOGNITION AND DIAGNOSIS FOR PEOPLE WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE IN JAPAN.
William Montgomery (Australia)

 

 

 

16:00–17:30

Annex Hall 2

O8

Parallel Session
Non-pharmacological interventions

16:00–16:15

O8-01

DISTINCTIVE EFFECTS BETWEEN COGNITIVE STIMULATION AND REMINISCENCE THERAPY ON COGNITIVE FUNCTION AND QUALITY OF LIFE FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS IN DEMENTIA.
Hsiu-Ching Lin (Taiwan)

16:15–16:30

O8-02

BEARING IN MIND TREATMENT INDICATIONS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE AND APPLIED RESEARCH ON PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Kevin Charras (France)

16:30–16:45

O8-03

A SUCCESSFUL APPROACH TO REDUCING ANTIPSYCHOTIC MEDICATIONS IN LONG-TERM CARE: THE HALT PROJECT.
Henry Brodaty (Australia)

16:45–17:00

O8-04

CULTURAL ADAPTATION OF GROUP AND INDIVIDUAL COGNITIVE STIMULATION THERAPY (CST) FOR CHINESE PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA: FORMATIVE RESEARCH.
Gloria Wong (Hong Kong)

17:00–17:15

O8-05

THE EFFECTS OF POCO-POCO DANCE ON THE EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS WITH MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT.
Ria Maria Theresa (Indonesia)

17:15–17:30

O8-06

THE EFFECTS OF CARER INVOLVEMENT IN COGNITION-BASED INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA ON CARER WELL-BEING: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS.
Phuong Leung (United Kingdom)

 

 

 

16:00–17:30

Room A

O9

Parallel Session
Awareness and stigma

16:00–16:15

O9-01

THERE’S CARE AND THEN THERE’S CARE – THAT’S WHAT WE DO.
Peter Bewert (Australia)

16:15–16:30

O9-02

THE EXPERIENCE OF COMMUNITY SCREENING FOR PEOPLE WITH MILD DEMENTIA IN HSINCHU, TAIWAN.
Yuying Chu (Taiwan)

16:30–16:45

O9-03

YOUTH DEMENTIA AWARENESS KNOWLEDGE MOBILIZATION.
Kristine Newman (Canada)

16:45–17:00

O9-04

ALMOST 10 YEARS POST DIAGNOSIS, ONE PERSON'S EXPERIENCE.
John Sandblom (United States)

17:00–17:15

O9-05

PROJECT WE FORGOT - REACHING THE YOUNGER COMMUNITY ONLINE: DEMENTIA AWARENESS, OUTREACH AND SUPPORTING YOUNG CAREGIVERS
Melissa Chan (Singapore)

17:15–17:30

O9-06

PAINTING THE RAINBOW SILVER - LGBTI INCLUSIVE PRACTICE IN DEMENTIA CARE.
Samantha Edmonds (Australia)

 

 

 

16:00–17:30

Annex Hall 1

O10

Parallel Session
Person centred care

16:00–16:15

O10-01

THE MEDIA THERAPY FOR RESIDENTS WITH DEMENTIA.
Teruko Doi (Japan)

16:15–16:30

O10-02

TOWARD THE REALIZATION OF LIVING WELL IN THE COMMUNITY UNTIL THE LAST MOMENT FROM THE EARLY DAYS OF DEMENTIA: THE FACTS HAS BEEN CREATED THROUGH 10 YEARS OF PRACTICES UTILIZING "THE CENTER METHOD" WHICH WAS DEVELOPED IN JAPAN.
Kumiko Nagata (Japan)

16:30–16:45

O10-03

EXPLORING NIGHT TIME CARE ISSUES OF OLDER PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA IN RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES.
Helen Yue-lai Chan (Hong Kong)

16:45–17:00

O10-04

HOW PERSON-CENTRED ARE WE? AN APPROACH TO ENHANCING PERSON-CENTRED CARE PRACTICE IN AN ASSISTED LIVING UNIT FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA.
Hwan Jing Koh (Singapore)

17:00–17:15

O10-05

THE FEASIBILITY OF THE EUROPEAN QUALITY INDICATORS FOR PSYCHOSOCIAL DEMENTIA CARE IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES IN ASIA-PACIFIC COUNTRIES.
Yun-Hee Jeon (Australia)

17:15–17:30

O10-06

'OUT OF THE SHADOWS' FINDING A HIDDEN POPULATION: ENGAGING WITH PEOPLE LIVING WITH ADVANCED DEMENTIA IN CARE HOMES.
Kirsty Haunch (United Kingdom)

 

 

 

16:00–17:30

Room D

WO2

Workshop
Five Stakeholder Groups in Japan

Living well with dementia: Role of stakeholder groups

 

 

 

17:45–18:45

Annex Hall 1

 

Sponsored Symposium
Promote

17:45–18:45

Annex Hall 2

 

Sponsored Symposium


Programme subject to change.
Liza Futerman, University of Toronto, WYLD member
Liza Futerman, University of Toronto, WYLD member
 Jonathan Jackson, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital