Christine Bryden

Christine Bryden

Christine Bryden was only 46 when she was diagnosed with dementia in 1995 after experiencing symptoms of what she thought was stress, including terrible headaches, which is why she had a brain scan that showed the brain damage was already well under way. The prognosis was horrific, and she was told she had only a few years left before needing to go into residential aged care, and that she would die a few years later. www.christinebryden.com

Key Dates
  • Registration now open
  • Call for abstracts closes28 April 2017
  • Authors notified of shortlisting4 August 2017
  • Earlybird and presenter registration deadline31 August 2017
  • Dementia2017 Conference17-20 October
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