Human flourishing new meaning to living with dementia
WEBINAR: Human Flourishing, Bringing new meaning to living with dementia (19 Nov 2020)

November 19, 2020


Person-centred dementia care is taken for granted in much of the dementia literature, yet it is difficult to imagine an argument against person-centred dementia care – in intention at least.

But what does it really mean for persons living with dementia, their care partners and care workers? Professor Brendan McCormack will make the case for person-centredness to be a core philosophy for everything we do, for us to think about person-centredness at every level of decision making and for us to seek every opportunity to make it 'real' in everyday acts.


Date: Thursday, 19 November, 2020

  • 6:00pm (AEST)
  • 5:00pm (QLD)
  • 5:30pm (SA)
  • 4:30pm (NT)
  • 3:00pm (WA)

Presented via Zoom


Brendan McCormack, presenter headshot

Brendan McCormack

Head of the Divisions of Nursing, Occupational Therapy and Art Therapies; Associate Director, Centre for Person-centred Practice Research, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. Vice-President Omega XI Chapter, Sigma Global

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