Our Dementia Talks – Masterclasses are online education experience, to assist carers, families and health professionals to cope with the long journey through dementia..
They provide practical knowledge, advice and resources on a range of topics. Each individual Masterclass will focus on one topic. Some of these could be: What is Alzheimer’s?, What is Frontal Temporal dementia?, What is Lewy Body?, What is Vascular dementia?, Challenging Behaviours, Understanding Depression and Anxiety, Giving up Worrying, Incontinence and Hygiene, and more.
You can attend the sessions live where you have the opportunity to ask specific questions, or you can watch the video through a web link for up to 3 weeks afterwards. The Masterclasses are designed to assist you, when you are at a specific stage in your journey.
Carers/families $20 per session
Health Professionals $50 per session including a Certificate of Attendance
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