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Annual Dementia Conferences

The Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter Dementia Conferences are the place to be for dementia education, networking and information. These full day events (8:00 am – 4:30 pm), educate hundreds of family caregivers and healthcare professionals. We strive to provide the best education for those caring for or living with Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder by recruiting dynamic national, regional and local experts to present. Join us to network with 300-600 attendees and visit with local healthcare vendors to learn about services available in your area.

CONFERENCE INFORMATION & FEATURES
For questions, call our 24/7 Helpline 800.272.3900

 

NEW CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS!

PowerPoint® presentations for the 2018 SJ Conference can be accessed from the following links:


 

New Mechanisms and Early Diagnosis, Robert Nagele - click here
Forget Memory Loss, Steven Sabat - click here
Behavior Management, Kelly O'Shea Carney- click here
Ethical Challenges and Complexities in Dementia Care, Kelly O'Shea Carney - click here
Shaping a Movement: Dementia Friendly America, Sandy Markwood - click here
Spirit Alive: Spirituality and Dementia, Cheryl Miller, Rev. Alisha Tatem & Rev. Dr. Scott Brooks-Scope - click here
Falls: Reducing and Managing Risk as Partners, Cathy Ciolek - click here

These presentations will be available to download until July 10, 2018

We’ve also upped the ante with professional designed program books. This take home for every attendee includes session handouts, speaker bios, notes pages, sponsor ads and logos, a venue layout and much more!

“Loved the handouts in the program book – excellent.” – 2016 Delaware Conference Attendee

Sponsorship Opportunities: For information or a sponsorship packet, email: kristina.prendergast@alz.org. Don’t miss out.

Registration: Learn from dementia experts in the community and attend a variety of specialized & interactive workshops to customize your learning experience. Registration officially opens two months prior to each event. Online registration is strongly encouraged; however registration is also available by postal mail or by calling 800.272.3900 (M-F, 9am-5pm).  At the event: registration/ check-in /continental breakfast / exhibits are available 8:00–8:45 am. The program runs from 9:00 am – 4:15 pm.

Discounts are NOT available for large group registrations. Consider becoming an Education Sponsor to get more for your money, if sending a large group of employees. Email: kristina.prendergast@alz.org for more information.

Breakout Session Speaker Submission Form: Submit the online application with the session title/description and speaker information to be considered as a presenter for a conference breakout session.
**Session slots are limited and subject to the discretion of the conference management team.  Proposal acceptance is not guaranteed.

CE hours / CEUs Information: applications are usually submitted for registered nurses and other various professionals.  Please view the online registration sites for more information when available. CE certificates are emailed within 30 days after each event for qualified participants.

Delaware

November 14, 2018

Dover Downs Conference Center
Dover, DE
Registration open in September.
Stay tuned for more details.

 

SE Pennsylvania

WELLBEING & DEMENTIA
Thank you to the 400+ attendees, sponsors, volunteers and speakers for another great conference!

 


South Jersey

PARTNERS IN CARE

Thank you to our 240+ attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers for another great event!

HAVE YOU ATTENDED A CONFERENCE?
Attendees and supporters love the annual dementia conferences!
Don’t miss out.
"The conference was five star from start to finish." - 2018 Attendee
" I found it to be interesting, educational and inspiring - all the things I look for in a professional conference.  This is the first time I have attended this conference, and I will most definitely be attending again." -2018 Attendee

“Best Alzheimer’s conference I’ve attended…”
“The entire seminar was spectacular. Thank you for the opportunity to learn.”
“The keynote speaker was phenomenal!”
 “Very well organized and informative.”
“I just love this conference! I always leave with something new.”
“Quality event all the way around.”
“Valuable information for everyday caregiving…”


 

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