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A seminar will help shed light on dementia and ageing at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne on June 20.
A seminar will help shed light on dementia and ageing at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne on June 20.

Ageing Well for Life: Seminar to shed light on dementia

THERE will be nearly one million Australian living with dementia by 2050.

Startling? Then it's time you discovered the facts about living with dementia at the special seminar 'Ageing Well for Life' from Neuroscience Research Australia at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne on June 20.

And Seniors News can help you with the first step with a limited number of free tickets using the special promo code 'seminar' at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ageing-well-week-melbourne-tickets-44535991349

The seminar will help people reduce the risks of dementia and, with millions of supports and carers living in Australia, help people tend to people living with dementia.

Headlined by keynote speaker Professor Kaarin Anstey, the seminar will cover a range of topics including:

  • How to reduce your risk of falls and highlight the need for balance exercising
  • How to protect your risk of hip fracture
  • How to stay driving safely for longer using the seatbelt and moderating the use of support aids
  • And we will look at new research in Alzheimer's what we are learning and how medical science is progressing

Book now by clicking on the link - https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ageing-well-week-melbourne-tickets-44535991349 - click 'tickets', then on  the next screen click promo code and enter seminar.

WHAT: Ageing Well for Life

WHERE: National Gallery of Victoria

WHEN: 11-1pm, Wednesday, June 20


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