On Monday, November 18, the Alzheimer Society of Montréal team will hold its first symposium to promote learning and sharing of the latest information in the fields of ageing and neurocognitive disorders.
The theme for this first edition of the “Barclay Family Annual Symposium” will be:
NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES: INNOVATIONS AND ASSISTANCE TECHNOLOGIES
Over 100 professionals and service providers in the health care field, caregivers and students will benefit from the expertise of prominent researchers, political decision makers and service providers, including:
Dr. Howard Bergman, author of the Bergman Plan, an action plan for Alzheimer's Disease in Quebec;
Ms. Dominique Anglade, Saint-Henri–Sainte-Anne representative at the National Assembly of Quebec;
Dr. Maxime Lussier, postdoctoral researcher, Université de Montréal;
Myriam Tellier, clinical occupational therapist, doctoral candidate, Université de Montréal;
Carrie Dai, doctoral candidate, School of Information Studies, McGill University;
Adriana Aguilar Ordonez, Director of Community Engagement, Huddol;
Ron Beleno, caregiver, counsellor and spokesperson;
Manon Morin, account manager, Essity
Join us to:
- Network with health professionals, caregivers, students and researchers.
- Receive an overview of the needs of caregivers and the challenges they face.
- Discover how your organization can meet the growing needs of caregivers, including the millennial generation.
Professionals and service providers: $100
Caregivers and students: $75
Lunch, snack and hot beverages are included!
See the Symposium program and register on our website:
If you have any questions or need additional information, contact our team at 514-369-0800 or [email protected].