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Sydney Town Hall

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Sydney, NSW 2000

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You're never too young to start thinking about a sensible ageing well plan — waiting until your 60s and thinking, 'I don't want to get dementia, I'd better look at my risk factors' isn't a great option — there is so much we can all do to age well, starting with attending one of our NeuRA Ageing Well for Life seminars.

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Led by Professor Kaarin Anstey, Senior Principal Research Scientist at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) and global leader in dementia and ageing research, this special seminar series is designed to help you learn how you can take steps to age well and reduce your risk of dementia.

What you will learn:
Learn how to reduce risks around dementia with keynote speaker Professor Kaarin Anstey; Dr Bill Brooks talks about early onset Alzheimer's and what to look for; Professor Stephen Lord speaks about why strength and balance exercises are very important as we age and how to reduce your risk of falls; Associate Professor Julie Brown shares how to keep driving safe on the roads as you age; Prof Jacqueline Close shares insights into her research area is falls in people with cognitive impairment and dementia and particularly the relationship of cognitive function to postural stability, falls and fractures.

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