Innovation in Dementia (here and now)

Melbourne
Tue, Jul 20, 8:30 AM (AEST)

This will be an interview session with Dementia Australia with International perspectives from innovative solution providers and startups in the space.

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Melbourne

Please Register, if you have any problems simply go to: https://zoom.us/j/9185708661 at the scheduled event time.

08:30  Introductions

08:40 Startup Pitch(es) & Feedback A Global Perspective
Elovee USA, CEO Paul Campbell's, insights on Behavioural Therapeutic Approach
KINTO, Co-founder Joe Chung, care coaching platform for family carers.

09:00 Interview with Dementia Australia, Centre for Dementia Learning Kelly Burns about their latest insights including online, virtual, AI, avatar, community of practice and next gen approaches

09:20 Q&A / Open Discussion All Panels

09:30 Wrap Up


Startups

Elovee

Data science and neuropsychology creates comforting voice and visual interactions for people living with dementia

Kinto

Caring Together. We provide personal care coaching to family caregivers to support and guide them through one of life’s most challenging journeys.

Keynote Speakers

  • Kelly Burns

    Kelly Burns

    Dementia Australia

    Lead Designer

    See Bio
  • Paul Campbell

    Paul Campbell

    Elovee

    CEO

    See Bio
  • Joe Chung

    Joe Chung

    Kinto

    Co-Founder & Ceo

    See Bio
  • Facilitators

  • marc niemes

    marc niemes

    KontentLabs

    Director

  • Stephen Johnston

    Stephen Johnston

    Aging2.0

    Co-Founder

    See Bio

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