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Join us to hear more about how effective sport and physical activity interventions can impact the life of people affected by dementia.

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Thursday 16th July at 14.00 to 15.00 (BST)

Sport, physical activity & dementia: Discussions for practice from the University of Worcester

Do you want to know more about how effective sport and physical activity interventions can impact the life of people affected by dementia?

Here at the Association for Dementia Studies, we are proud to share with you emerging insights from our research and practice in sport, physical activity and dementia. This is a context given even more importance in light of the current Covid-19 crisis.

Speakers

  • Dr Chris Russell – Will share findings of research which explored the experiences of people engaging in sport and physical activity within their local community leisure and fitness centre
  • Becky Oatley – Will discuss how women affected by dementia can benefit from sport reminiscence activities
  • Dr Susie Scriven & Tom Howard – Will share insight as practitioners and leaders of the University of Worcester Senior Physical Activity and Adapted Sport (SPAAS) Programme

Who should attend?

This webinar is aimed at people affected by dementia, practitioners across sport, leisure and care domains and researchers.

There will be an opportunity to submit questions to the panel.

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You can join the event from your computer, tablet or smartphone via this link https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/169857421

You can also dial in using your phone - United Kingdom:0330 221 0097 Access Code: 169-857-421. For phone numbers outside of the UK please contact dementia@worc.ac.uk

New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts: https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/169857421

For further information: Please email dementia@worc.ac.uk


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Organiser Association for Dementia Studies

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The Association for Dementia Studies (ADS) was established in 2009 under the leadership of Professor Dawn Brooker.  Our multi-professional team are experts in the field of person-centred dementia care and support.

Through research, education, consultancy and scholarship, we make a cutting-edge contribution to building evidence-based practical ways of working with people living with dementia and their families that enables them to live well.

We have an outstanding track record over a wide portfolio of dementia-related research. We draw on the international evidence-base to deliver education programmes, resources and publications that empower staff to provide skilled, competent and compassionate care.

People with dementia, their families and their carers inform our work at all stages.  

For more information please scroll through the pages at www.worcester.ac.uk/dementia or email dementia@worc.ac.uk 

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