The latest news and updates, thought-provoking discussion and the opportunity to shape the future of dementia mate wareware in Aotearoa New Zealand are all reasons to join Alzheimers NZ at their new one-day event.
Repositioning Dementia: A new start is on Thursday 23 March at the National Library of New Zealand, Wellington – both in person and online.
It’s the first one-day event in a new series and will be opened by Minister of Health Hon Dr Ayesha Verrall.
“We’ve got an impressive calibre of speakers joining us for the day, and we’ll be able to explore what’s happening in the dementia sector in depth,” says Alzheimers NZ chief executive Catherine Hall.
“This will also be an important chance to get face-to-face with many our colleagues following alot of uncertainty with Covid-19.
“We’re excited to get so many people ‘in the room’ and I’m looking forward to some thought-provoking discussion to help shape the future for people and whānau living with dementia mate wareware in Aotearoa New Zealand.”
There are different options for registration and people living with dementia mate wareware and their whānau care partners are able to attend at no charge.
Keep up to date with Repositioning Dementia on the Alzheimers NZ website.