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11th International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias

11th International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias11-14 November 2018 | International Convention Centre Sydney | Australia

Carers Day

For those carers who require respite support in order to attend this event please go to www.carergateway.gov.au/respite or call the Commonwealth Carer Respite and Carelink Centre on 1800 052 222 to link with your local carer respite services. They can usually offer fully or part funded respite to allow you to attend education events. However book early to ensure service availability. Be sure to explain that this is a one off opportunity to attend the International FTD conference in Australia. 

 Carers day will be held on Tuesday, 13 November 2018. Registration is open to carers of those with FTD (Frontotemporal Dementia) along with members of related associations and individuals with an interest in dementia. We also welcome registrations from individuals diagnosed with FTD but recommend they be accompanied by a family member or a friend.

Date: 13 November 2018
Location: International Convention Centre, Sydney

Carer Registration

Inclusive of 10% GST

Early Bird

Before 21 September 2018

Standard

From 22 September 2018

Onsite

From 11 November 2018

Carer

AUD$100

AUD$150

AUD$165

Carer Registration Inclusions

  • Access to all joint sessions and carer sessions on Tuesday, 13 November
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea
  • Welcome Reception on Sunday 11 November 2018
  • Conference app

 

Carers Day program now available!

Please click image below to view.

Please note: Draft Program is correct at the time of publishing but is subject to change.

 

If you want to register for the Carers Day only, please click the button below

Carers Day Registration

Carers Day Speakers

Bradly Boeve

Professor Bradly Boeve
Mayo Clinic
USA

Susan Dickinson

Ms Susan Dickinson
The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration
USA

Glenda Halliday

Professor Glenda Halliday

John Hodges

Professor John Hodges
University of Sydney
Australia

Cathleen  Taylor-Rubin

Ms Cathleen Taylor-Rubin
War Memorial Hospital, Waverley
Australia

Martin Turner

Professor Martin Turner
University of Oxford