During world Alzheimer’s Month, the Australian Alzheimer’s Research Foundation will be providing free weekly webinars to bring awareness to Alzheimer’s disease and the research work that will hopefully provide a better future for those at risk of developing the disease. As the second leading cause of death in Australia, Dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, is a significant issue for all Australians.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions and each session will be recorded, so if you are unable to join the live webinar, you can watch the webinar at a time that is convenient to you.
To register for each webinar click on the below registration links and follow the prompts. If you need some assistance with this, please call us on (08) 6457 0253. There will be five webinars over the month of September held weekly, every Tuesday at 11am (AWST) and each will be approximately 40 minutes long. Once you have registered, you will receive an email with the instructions on how to join the live webinar on the day.
September 1st – What is Alzheimer’s disease presented by Professor Ralph Martins AO – Watch it here
September 8th – Alzheimer’s disease blood test update presented by Dr Pratishtha Chatterjee & Alzheimer’s disease eye test update presented by Dr Tejal Shah – Watch it here
September 15th – Sleep and Alzheimer’s disease presented by Dr Stephanie Rainey-Smith & Childhood dementia presented by Dr Prashant Bharadwaj – Watch it here
September 22nd – Dementia and age-related cognitive decline presented by A/Professor Hamid Sohrabi & Exercise and brain health presented by Dr Belinda Brown – Watch it here
September 29th – Clinical diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease presented by Dr Roger Clarnette & Treatments and Drug Trials presented by Paula Mather – Watch it here