Dear friends and colleagues,
On behalf of Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) and Taiwan Alzheimer’s Disease Association (TADA), we are delighted to invite you to join us at the 28th International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International in Taipei from 18 to 20 April 2013.
This conference will bring together medical professionals, experts in dementia care researchers, family carers, people living with dementia and national Alzheimer associations from across the globe. It will be a unique opportunity to learn about the latest developments in diagnosis and treatment, improvements in the quality of care, approaches to building a dementia friendly community, and solving the difficulties and differences in policy around the world. It will also be an opportunity to focus on the care and management of people with dementia in the Asian-Sino region.
The conference is truly international in its nature with an anticipated attendance of over 1,000 delegates from over 60 countries and the attendance has been increasing year on year. Here are some of the reasons which make the ADI conference so successful:
- Who’s who in Alzheimer’s disease: The conference is an opportunity to meet and connect with the best researchers and top policy makers from around the globe. Hear the inspiring voices of carers and people living with dementia.
- Unparalleled networking opportunities: An amazing programme of dynamic presentations, workshops and exhibits, as well as plenty of opportunities to meet new people and old friends and learn from one another. You will be able to interact with the world’s leading health care professionals; get insights into the latest innovations in Alzheimer care and best practices.
- Add your voice to Alzheimer’s disease: Your attendance will not only help your organisation grow, but it will also help propel dementia to the top of the international health agenda.
- Influencing change: Discover how global decision makers are changing the face of dementia through policy change and other exciting initiatives, and how your organisation can make a
- Local meets global: A strong local and international presence creates unique synergies and inspires new ideas in the pursuit of making a difference in the lives of those living with dementia.
Whether your interest in dementia is personal or professional, you share with us a common goal: to improve the quality of life for people with dementia and their families throughout the world.
We hope you will join us for this fascinating event in 2013, and enjoy our hospitality and share and gain new knowledge, whilst taking in the beauty of Taiwan.
Ming-Jang Chiu Jacob Roy
Conference Chair, Chairman,
Taiwan Alzheimer's Alzheimer's Disease International