September 19, 2019 @ 10:00 am
Glenquarie Library
12 Brooks St
Macquarie Fields NSW 2564
South Western Sydney PHN
02 4632 3000

Did you know dementia is the leading cause of death for women and the second most common cause of death among all Australians*?

Yet, four out of every ten of us feel awkward around people with dementia.

Too many of us consider being forgetful as part of ageing! Dementia is NOT a normal part of ageing and we should not be afraid to ask those tricky questions and talk about it.

Let’s create a world where we can talk and support those with dementia without feeling awkward!

Join us for a FREE tea, discussion and information session on Thursday, 19 September and let’s get talking!

Events Details
To find out more about planning for possible future health challenges, SWSPHN will be hosting a free morning tea information session and discussion.

Location: Glenquarie Library, 12 Brooks Street, Macquarie Fields
Time & Date: 10am-12pm, Thursday, 19 September

Topics covered will include:

Dementia – what it is, how it can affect future decision-making and prevention
Advance Care Planning – what it is and why it’s important for people with dementia
Palliative care – why it is for people with dementia too and not only about dying or cancer
What I should know about organ and tissue donation decision-making
Have your questions answered and find out more information.

Everyone is welcome. Please register to attend.

For more information
Contact Vitor Rocha at vitor.rocha@swsphn.com.au or call 02 4632 3000

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