Dementia advocate and Alzheimer’s Australia national ambassador Sue Pieters Hawke will give a free public lecture at the University of Tasmania next week.
Hosted by the Faculty of Health’s Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre, the lecture will give people the chance to hear about Ms Pieters Hawke’s experiences as a writer, media commentator and consultant within the healthy ageing and aged care space, as well as her experiences with her mother Hazel Hawke, who lived with dementia.
Audience members will also be encouraged to participate in an open-panel Q&A following the presentation.
When: Tuesday, 7 February, 2017, 6pm (refreshments from 5.15pm);
Where: Lecture Theatre 2, Medical Science Precinct, entrance corner of Liverpool and Campbell Streets, Hobart;
What: Creating Better Care – Reflections on Dealing with Dementia public lecture by Sue Pieters Hawke.