Dementia, a term used to describe declines in mental ability, such as memory and thinking, that interfere with daily life, affects millions of people in the U.S. and Canada. Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s are just two of the debilitating diseases encompassed by the term dementia.
From October 3-5, 2013, a world-renowned faculty of national and international speakers will gather at the 7th Canadian Conference on Dementia in Vancouver, British Columbia.
The conference offers a wide range of topics related to dementia. There will be opportunities for stimulating debate, interactive workshops and exposure to the latest research via oral and poster presentations.
I’m pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 1st Annual Psych Central Conference — a meeting designed to bring together people with a passion for mental health, psychology, self-help and relationship topics. This is a conference for ordinary folks who are interested in these kinds of topics, and who love reading them on Psych Central.
Years in the making, we’re taking the conference plunge because I felt it was time to feature all the great writers, bloggers, therapists and contributors to Psych Central — and elsewhere online and in real life.
It’s an opportunity to learn how to become more mindful in your life, become a better parent, or help improve your relationship. It’s also a chance to hear some great writers speak, to meet some of your Psych Central favorites, and hang out in a historic New England mill town to boot.
Interested? Read on for more details or go register now!