Interested in finding out how to support healthy brain function and overall wellbeing?

 

To mark World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, SHARE partnered with Nutrition Australia NSW on September 1st 2020 to present an interactive and practical webinar on reducing the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. Watch the recording today and learn how to move, eat, and live smart for optimal brain health while you age. Click here for the recording

 

Listen along as our multidisciplinary panel of health professionals specialising in aged care and dementia share their top tips, including:

 

Dr Tuly Rosenfeld (MBBS FAAG FRACP)

Adjunct Professor University of Technology Sydney

Geriatrician for 35+ years

Director Ageing Medicine Centre Randwick

 

Prof Kaarin Anstey (PhD, FASSA, FAPS)

Scientia Professor and Director UNSW Ageing Futures Institute

Senior Principal Research Scientist, NeuRA

Deputy Director, ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research

Director, NHMRC Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration

 

Plus, hear from Adrian Prakash, General Manager of SHARE, and Barbara Ward, President of SHARE and Nutrition Australia NSW.

 

This popular event sold out with 200 tickets, and sparked interest from many councils and organisations. Our attendees said…

 

“It was a really informative, positive and inspiring event. Thanks so much for putting it on!”

“Excellent event which worked well on Zoom – looking forward to future sessions.”

“Thank you for sharing your valuable research.”

 

World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month is the international campaign by Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) every September to raise awareness and challenge the stigma that surrounds dementia. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, affecting up to 70% of all people with dementia. With almost half a million Australians living with dementia and numbers rising every day, it’s never been more important to raise awareness of the ways exercise, nutrition and other lifestyle factors can help improve brain health and overall wellbeing. Click here to tune in and discover practical ways to look after your brain and your overall wellbeing!

 

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