What's on: Night Talk: Psychology of ageing

Come and learn more about the latest advancements in healthy ageing with Professor Henry Brodaty.

Night Talk: Psychology of ageing

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Event Type:
Special event
Date:
3 September 2014 to 3 September 2014
Time:
06.30 PM to 07.45 PM
Location:
Australian Museum, Entry via William St
Admission:
$30 ($20 Members)

About the talk

Most of us want to live longer but only if we have our faculties and are in good enough health to enjoy the extra years. Evidence is accumulating that lifestyle and health maintenance activities can reduce the risk of cognitive decline, Alzheimer’s disease, other dementias and falls as well as improving mood, heart function, bones and strength.

It is never too early and never too late to start these activities. A national campaign to encourage healthy ageing would reduce costs of care and provide a major return on investment. Come and learn more about the latest advancements in ageing with Professor Henry Brodaty.

About the speaker

Professor Henry Brodaty AO MB BS MD DSc FRACP FRANZCP is Scientia Professor of Ageing and Mental Health, University of New South Wales, and Consultant Psychogeriatrician, Aged Care Psychiatry and Head of the Memory Disorders Clinic, Prince of Wales Hospital.

He is also the Director of the Dementia Collaborative Research Centre (Assesment and Better Care) and Co-Director of the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing at UNSW.

How to book

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