Presentations

We have presented on a range of topics at conference in Scotland, the rest of the UK and worldwide. Below are just some of our presentations and poster presentations.

How linked interactive screens support dementia families – Alzheimer’s Disease International Conference, Kyoto – April 2017

I have  a community of support around me – Life Changes Trust Dementia Conference, Perth – September 2016 (updated February 2017)

Freedom to roam for people with dementia – Alzheimer’s Disease International Conference, Budapest – April 2016

Freedom to Roam for people with dementia/Human rights– 5th Plymouth Dementia Conference – March 2016

The Rocky Road to a Dementia Friendly Community – Alzheimer’s Disease International Conference, Taipei – April 2013

The Power of the Website Voice – Alzheimer’s Disease International Conference, Taipei – April 2013

A Carer’s Perspective – Big Lottery Carer’s Event – February 2013

8 Pillars’ Report-out Conference presentations – August 2016

8 Pillars Introduction – Michael Perera, Chair, 8 Pillars Steering Group
Still Learning – David Alston, Chairman, NHS Highland
The 8 Pillars Model of Community Support – Jim Pearson, Director of Policy and Research, Alzheimer Scotland
Support for carers – Lynda Forrest, former Dementia Practice Coordinator
Intuitive Reminiscence – Sarah Muir, Project Lead, Veterans First Point Highland
Connecting Communities – Ann Pascoe, Founder/Director, Dementia Friendly Communities CIC
Mental Health and Well-being – Michael Perera, Community Mental Health Services Manager, NHS Highland
GPS tracker and ethics – Catriona Watt, Partner, Anderson Strathern
Promoting Excellence – Patricia Howie, NHS Education for Scotland
Enchancing Well-being – Ruth Mantle, Dementia Nurse Consultant, NHS Highland
Dementia Practice Coordinator role – Lynda Forrest, former Dementia Practice Coordinator
Focus on Dementia – Douglas Philips, Focus on Dementia
Dementia – A National, European and International Perspective – Douglas Philips, Focus on Dementia

Poster presentations

How a rural dementia friendly community supports its dementia families – Alzheimer’s Disease International, Kyoto, April 2017

Windows of the World – Alzheimer’s Disease International Conference, Budapest – April 2016

Rural housing– Alzheimer’s Disease International Conference, Budapest – April 2016

The Rocky Road to a Rural Dementia Friendly Community – Alzheimer Europe Conference, St Julian’s – October 2013