Sep 23, 2018 5:00 PM

***PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CHANGED TO 5PM!*** The Fire Beast at Stone Acres Farm has become a hearth around which we share unforgettable dining experiences with friends, family, and talented chefs. It is a custom designed wood fired oven and grill, forged from stones that were dug from Stone Acres historic grounds. Our Live Fire Cooking dinner is an outdoor dining experience centered around the Fire Beast, exploring different methods of cooking over wood fire, the centerpeice being a whole roasted Soeltl Farm pasture raised veal with an intense tomato glaze. Look forward to other rustic delights such as, coal roasted fingerling potatoes with pepperonata, whole roasted squash with fermented pepper paste and whole roasted cabbage with fermented honey gremolata, wood fired apple pie with barley koji ice cream, and more. Chef Dan Sabia joins Chef James Wayman for a three course exploration of wood fire cooking, featuring the late summer bounty fresh from the farm with drink pairings. Stone Acres Farm, $85pp, plus tax and gratuity Sunday, September 23rd, 5:30pm *weather permitting, this event will be held outdoors in the Stone Acres Orchard. Read on for how to prepare for a comfortable outdoor dining experience! ATTIRE & MOBILITY If you've joined us in the Stone Acres Farm orchard, you know what to expect. For those who haven't, dress comfortably for outdoor dining! The charm of farm dining can include wet grass, dirt roads, uneven terrain, and mosquitos!  SEATING Please let us know if you would like to be seated with another party, otherwise you will be seated at random and enjoy the unique opportunity to dine with new friends! ALLERGIES & DIETARY RESTRICTIONS Please alert us to any food allergies or dietary restrictions in advance! About Chef Dan Sabia A Westchester native, Chef Daniel Sabia creates strong connections and memories through the food he cooks. Being raised in a Spanish and Italian home, food and family was always came first. His talent with design, and Argentine Style open fire cooking, will transform your dining experience every time.  Chef Daniel started in kitchens at the young age of 14.  At 18 he got the opportunity to work with Jean-Georges Vongerichten for a few years. From there he moved onto the Batali group. He spent the better part of 7 years working at the Bedford Post Inn until finally moving on to establish his craft. His most recent restaurant is Jesup Hall of Westport, CT.   The world around Daniel influences his cooking.  He likes to create experiences and memories through, not just his food, but also the environment folks are sitting in. In Daniel’s words, “To me food is an extension of the heart.  Cooking gives me a way to embrace what people feel and a great way to show people some of the best meals in the world come from a very familiar place in their memory. About Chef James Wayman Born and raised on a farm just outside of Greensboro, North Carolina, eating with the seasons was a way of life in the Wayman home. From an early age, James spent afternoons cooking with his grandmother, foraging and fishing. James was introduced to New England coastal cuisine while studying at Johnson & Wales in Providence, Rhode Island. Upon graduating, he helped to open and cook at Water Street Café in the historic Connecticut fishing village of Stonington. There James cooked a menu that changed daily, with a focus on the clean, simple flavors honoring the ingredients of the New England coastline. He then took the Executive Chef position at The River Tavern in Chester, CT, working there with chef-owner Jonathan Rapp for seven years. Following his tenure in Chester, he became Executive Chef at Oyster Club in Mystic, Connecticut, a seaside town offering some of the finest bounty from farm and sea. James’ philosophy at Oyster Club is to source superior local ingredients, keeping things simple and letting the food speak for itself. He approaches the daily changing menu seasonally, utilizing everything from “tail to snout,” and developing lasting relationships with area artisans, farmers, and fishermen.  While anchored in comfort food from farm and sea, James’ cooking style is heavily influenced by other cultures. His cuisine has evolved over the years after traveling through Europe, but was more recently impacted by his time in Thailand and Oaxaca, Mexico, the inspiration for his most recent dinner at the James Beard House. He has been featured in the New York Times, Saveur Magazine, and named Best Chef by the Connecticut Restaurant Association. Oyster Club has been named one of the 101 Best Restaurants in America by The Daily Meal, and has been featured in Travel + Leisure Magazine, Town & Country Magazine, and on NPR.  James’ passion for nurturing the culinary community in Southeastern Connecticut has made a significant impact on the local food economy. His restaurants have contributed to a rise in demand for hyper-local, sustainable, seasonal products, and a more thoughtful approach to every day eating. James mission is to continue on this path and make a lasting impact on the broader food system.

Oct 01, 2018 7:00 PM

The Burton Roofing Roadshow is our annual showcase of key suppliers. We invite you to meet these industry leaders as they showcase their latest products and innovative new practices in roofing. See new systems first hand, put your skills to the test in competitions to win great prizes, enjoy refreshments and take away a goody bag stuffed full of freebies. When are the dates?The Roadshow runs through September travelling to six of our depots; Newcastle Tuesday 18thStockton Wednesday 19thYork Thursday 20th Hull Tuesday 25thLeeds Wednesday 26thSheffield Thursday 27th Why attend? Get hands-on experience with new products and practices. Speak to the experts and have your industry questions answered. Put your skills to the test with a number of competitions and the opportunity to win some incredible prizes. On the day only unique offers. Free Burton Roofing Merchant goody bags and supplier freebies. Free food and refreshments. Who will be attending on the day? The following suppliers representing all aspects of the roofing industry will be there; VELUX, Sandtoft, Marley Eternit, Imerys, BMI (Redland), BMI (IcoPal), Cure It, FloPlast, Catnic, CT1, Jamestown Metals, Ubbink, Cupa Pizarras, Tyne Insulation Competitions This years’ Roadshow has some great competitions and great prizes to be won! Here are just a few of the competitions that will be happening on the day: VELUX - Darts competitionCure It - Corner ChallengeUbbink - Dry Verge Challenge Meet the Team We’re a friendly bunch, please come say hello. There will be an opportunity to meet your Area Sales Representative, talk to the Branch Manager and chat with the team. FAQ’s Q. How much does it cost to attend the Burton Roofing Roadshow? A. Entrance is free, just don’t forget to get your stamp card filled in for freebies and refreshments. Q. What times does the Burton Roofing Roadshow run? A. 7.30 am until 2.30 pm. Q. Is the depot still open on the day? A. Yes! Our depots remain open on the day of the Roadshows.  Q. Can I park on site? A. Parking is available on-site. Our staff will direct you to find a space to load and unload your vehicle. Q. Who should attend the Roofing Trade Show? A. Interested in roofing, need some advice, have a project coming up or just want to see what’s going on? The Burton Roofing Roadshow is opening to the public and trade. Our staff and the industry leading experts are available to support everyone doing small to large projects. In previous years we have had members of the public alongside roofers, loft converters, builders, architects and enthusiasts enjoying the products and innovations on display. Q.How many years has the Roofing Trade Show been running? A. The Burton Roofing Roadshow show is an annual event which is now in its’ 3rd year and has been running since 2016.  Question not answered by our FAQ? If you haven’t been able to find the answer to your question in our FAQ section please: Email: [email protected] with subject and question or Send us a Message through Facebook facebook.com/burtonroofingmerchantsltd

Sep 25, 2018 7:30 AM

The Burton Roofing Roadshow is our annual showcase of key suppliers. We invite you to meet these industry leaders as they showcase their latest products and innovative new practices in roofing. See new systems first hand, put your skills to the test in competitions to win great prizes, enjoy refreshments and take away a goody bag stuffed full of freebies. When are the dates?The Roadshow runs through September travelling to six of our depots; Newcastle Tuesday 18thStockton Wednesday 19thYork Thursday 20th Hull Tuesday 25thLeeds Wednesday 26thSheffield Thursday 27th Why attend? Get hands-on experience with new products and practices. Speak to the experts and have your industry questions answered. Put your skills to the test with a number of competitions and the opportunity to win some incredible prizes. On the day only unique offers. Free Burton Roofing Merchant goody bags and supplier freebies. Free food and refreshments. Who will be attending on the day? The following suppliers representing all aspects of the roofing industry will be there; VELUX, Sandtoft, Marley Eternit, Imerys, BMI (Redland), BMI (IcoPal), Cure It, FloPlast, Catnic, CT1, Jamestown Metals, Ubbink, Cupa Pizarras, Tyne Insulation Competitions This years’ Roadshow has some great competitions and great prizes to be won! Here are just a few of the competitions that will be happening on the day: VELUX - Darts competitionCure It - Corner ChallengeUbbink - Dry Verge Challenge Meet the Team We’re a friendly bunch, please come say hello. There will be an opportunity to meet your Area Sales Representative, talk to the Branch Manager and chat with the team. FAQ’s Q. How much does it cost to attend the Burton Roofing Roadshow? A. Entrance is free, just don’t forget to get your stamp card filled in for freebies and refreshments. Q. What times does the Burton Roofing Roadshow run? A. 7.30 am until 2.30 pm. Q. Is the depot still open on the day? A. Yes! Our depots remain open on the day of the Roadshows.  Q. Can I park on site? A. Parking is available on-site. Our staff will direct you to find a space to load and unload your vehicle. Q. Who should attend the Roofing Trade Show? A. Interested in roofing, need some advice, have a project coming up or just want to see what’s going on? The Burton Roofing Roadshow is opening to the public and trade. Our staff and the industry leading experts are available to support everyone doing small to large projects. In previous years we have had members of the public alongside roofers, loft converters, builders, architects and enthusiasts enjoying the products and innovations on display. Q.How many years has the Roofing Trade Show been running? A. The Burton Roofing Roadshow show is an annual event which is now in its’ 3rd year and has been running since 2016.  Question not answered by our FAQ? If you haven’t been able to find the answer to your question in our FAQ section please: Email: [email protected] with subject and question or Send us a Message through Facebook facebook.com/burtonroofingmerchantsltd

Oct 01, 2018 7:00 PM

The Burton Roofing Roadshow is our annual showcase of key suppliers. We invite you to meet these industry leaders as they showcase their latest products and innovative new practices in roofing. See new systems first hand, put your skills to the test in competitions to win great prizes, enjoy refreshments and take away a goody bag stuffed full of freebies. When are the dates?The Roadshow runs through September travelling to six of our depots; Newcastle Tuesday 18thStockton Wednesday 19thYork Thursday 20th Hull Tuesday 25thLeeds Wednesday 26thSheffield Thursday 27th Why attend? Get hands-on experience with new products and practices. Speak to the experts and have your industry questions answered. Put your skills to the test with a number of competitions and the opportunity to win some incredible prizes. On the day only unique offers. Free Burton Roofing Merchant goody bags and supplier freebies. Free food and refreshments. Who will be attending on the day? The following suppliers representing all aspects of the roofing industry will be there; VELUX, Sandtoft, Marley Eternit, Imerys, BMI (Redland), BMI (IcoPal), Cure It, FloPlast, Catnic, CT1, Jamestown Metals, Ubbink, Cupa Pizarras, Tyne Insulation Competitions This years’ Roadshow has some great competitions and great prizes to be won! Here are just a few of the competitions that will be happening on the day: VELUX - Darts competitionCure It - Corner ChallengeUbbink - Dry Verge Challenge Meet the Team We’re a friendly bunch, please come say hello. There will be an opportunity to meet your Area Sales Representative, talk to the Branch Manager and chat with the team. FAQ’s Q. How much does it cost to attend the Burton Roofing Roadshow? A. Entrance is free, just don’t forget to get your stamp card filled in for freebies and refreshments. Q. What times does the Burton Roofing Roadshow run? A. 7.30 am until 2.30 pm. Q. Is the depot still open on the day? A. Yes! Our depots remain open on the day of the Roadshows.  Q. Can I park on site? A. Parking is available on-site. Our staff will direct you to find a space to load and unload your vehicle. Q. Who should attend the Roofing Trade Show? A. Interested in roofing, need some advice, have a project coming up or just want to see what’s going on? The Burton Roofing Roadshow is opening to the public and trade. Our staff and the industry leading experts are available to support everyone doing small to large projects. In previous years we have had members of the public alongside roofers, loft converters, builders, architects and enthusiasts enjoying the products and innovations on display. Q.How many years has the Roofing Trade Show been running? A. The Burton Roofing Roadshow show is an annual event which is now in its’ 3rd year and has been running since 2016.  Question not answered by our FAQ? If you haven’t been able to find the answer to your question in our FAQ section please: Email: [email protected] with subject and question or Send us a Message through Facebook facebook.com/burtonroofingmerchantsltd

Oct 04, 2018 6:00 PM

Donelan Wine & October Harvest Dinner at Millstone Farm in Wilton, Connecticut. Featuring Paintings by JAG Jesse Gestal Chef Geoff Lazlo, Donelan Family Wines, Paintings by JAG and Millstone Farm present an evening of art, wine & food on the farm. Five friends unite to celebrate to their passions for art, food, wine & sustainability. Volckert van Reesema, Jessica Gestal, brothers Tripp Donelan and Cushing Donelan and Geoff Lazlo all grew up in Fairfield County, attended school together as well as competing in sports and socializing.  Today they have all nurtured their interests and are excited to join together for a unique and special evening. About the presenters... Volckert van Reesema, owner of Millstone Farm, has pledged to keep Millstone a working farm to help benefit the community. Jesse Gestal, is an artist mainly painting abstract landscapes, her new focus is large murals for homes and a professional organizer Tripp and Cushing Donelan, of Donelan Family wines, focus on creating elegant, terroir-driven wines and celebrate the journey of enjoying these wines as a family. Geoff Lazlo, mission-driven chef, is focused on creating gourmet Slow Food, sourcing local seasonal ingredients, creating outstanding wine parings, and the education of the next generation on sustainable eating and farming. Jesse will be viewing her most recent paintings for guests during our wine and canapés reception starting at 6:00pm followed by a (optional) tour of the farm at 6:30pm.  Three savory courses paired with wines finishing with dessert and 'Smores by the fire pit. Limited seating available.  Tickets are non-refundable or transferable. Seating will be outdoors, in the case of inclement weather we will dine indoors. Geoff Lazlo Geoff’s career cooking over the past 18 years has taken him from Alice Waters’ kitchen at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California, to Blue Hill at Stone Barns in the Lower Hudson Valley, to Gramercy Tavern in New York City. In 2012 he moved his family home to Connecticut to meet and create relationships with local farmers and artisans. In 2015 he founded and opened his first restaurant, Mill Street Bar & Table in Greenwich where he received a Very Good rating from the New York Times and various local accolades including the 2016 Most Innovative Chef at the Greenwich Wine & Food Festival and first place in the Hudson Valley Farmhouse Ale competition. In January of 2018 Geoff left Mill Street to create several new concepts that highlight seasonal and local food. Stay tuned! When Geoff was five years old he turned his sandbox into a garden. Today he is still tending to his own plots at the Greenwich Community Gardens and in his own backyard. He has cooked for notable individuals such as President Barack Obama and his 6 year old son, Lucas. When he is not cooking or working in his gardens, in his free time he can usually be found tinkering with his vintage Land Rover Defender 90, brewing beer or spending time with his family. Donelan Wines We are a small, boutique Sonoma winery producing Syrah, Grenache, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Roussanne and Viognier. We have elected to prize quality over all other factors. Simply put, we think wine should taste great — with every vintage and every grape, this is our ultimate priority and our greatest motivation. We believe that the best wines are not made but discovered. We take pride in harnessing the greatest qualities and natural variations in a vineyard and a variety. We make wine with patience, embracing the mystery of what nature gives us. Jesse Gestal Jesse Gestal, the founder of paintings by Jag, has been inspired to paint from an early age. While specializing in landscapes, she likes to experiment with different subjects and mediums. Jesse has been inspired by her father’s mother, Isabelle Gestal Rice, whose painting name is Lyle and taught her to always use a “bit of red” in each of her paintings, a technique she has continued to value. Jesse began to focus on painting as her primary artistic outlet at the University of Vermont, where she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Studio Art in 2001. She has shown her work at the The Green in Burlington, VT and at Chameleon Café on Russian Hill, San Francisco, MADE & Four Daughters in Jackson Hole, Abigail Fox Designs on Nantucket and in Greenwich, CT. Most recently Paintings by JAG have been displayed at the Audubon of Greenwich and The Old Greenwich Social Club.  Jesse is continuously inspired by her surroundings: The mountains, East & West Coast beaches and her travels.  While her early series concentrates on abstraction and landscape, she draws inspiration from Japanese art, abstraction and renowned American artists such as Wayne Theibaud. Millstone Farm Millstone farm is a seventy-one acre working farm nestled in a bucolic rural setting in Wilton CT.  Our staff is committed to strengthening ties between the surrounding community and our land through farm workshops and our Community Supported Agriculture program. We are proud to have longstanding partnerships  with many of the best chefs and restaurants in our area as well as a number of community organizations and non-profits.Farm customers can stay informed on farm happenings and periodic a la carte produce and meat sales by signing up for our email notifications. Farm goods are frequently offered for sale in our online farm store for pickup at the farm and our CSA memberships offer further opportunity for connection and reflection on the farm.

Sep 28, 2018 5:00 PM

Welcome to Citizens’ Climate Lobby Wild West Regional ConferenceFriday, Sept. 28, 5pm - Sunday, Sept. 30, 12:15pm You are invited to the annual Citizens' Climate Lobby (CCL) Wild West Regional Conference! CCL builds the political will for our elected representatives to take action on climate change. Our Regional Conference is an opportunity for newcomers and experienced CCL members to gather to learn, practice skills, inspire each other, and strategize in moving our country toward climate solutions. The Wild West Region - Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Montana and Wyoming - is large and diverse, but we share common concerns due to the climate impacts already manifesting in our wildlands, cities and farms. Rising temperatures, prolonged wildfire seasons, drought, flooding, and insect infestations are already impacting our communities, agriculture and outdoor recreation industries. The harm of inaction and the benefit of action have never been higher. For more information, contact Brandi Williams, [email protected] What you need to know about the 2018 Wild West Regional Conference: Who: Everyone is welcome, whether it’s your first CCL experience or you’re an experienced volunteer. The Wild West Region includes Arizona, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, but everyone is welcome no matter what state you are from. When: Friday, Sept. 28, 5pm - Sunday, Sept. 30, 12:15pmFull conference registration includes lunch and dinner on Saturday Where (Please note the 3 different venues for events): Friday night social at Tracy Aviary; 589 E 1300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84105Saturday Conference at Wasatch Retreat and Conference Center; 75 S. 200 E. Salt Lake City, UT 84111Sunday Conference at Doty Education Center Bldg #6 at Intermountain Medical Center, 5121 Cottonwood St, Murray, UT 84107 Tickets: Climate Advocate Training Only (no breakout, general sessions or meals): FreeEarly Bird (through Sept. 4): $80Regular (Sept. 5-21): $90 Student (high school and undergraduate college students): $20Keynote/Plenary Address Only (Yoram Bauman and Sam Daley-Harris): $10 Deadline to register is Friday, September 21, 2018. Travel Information: Saturday and Sunday events are easily accessible from the downtown area by UTA's TRAX system. Nearby hotels include:Hotel RL, 161 W E 600 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101Double Tree Suites by Hilton, 110 W 600 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101 AGENDA (or click here for a printable version) (click here for speaker bios) FRIDAY Sept 28th at Tracy Aviary- Chase Mill 5:30-8:30   Social time to mingle with your fellow CCLers. Must be 21 years or older. Dinner will be provided.  SATURDAY Sept. 29th at Wasatch Retreat and Conference Center 7:50-8:20    Registration and Coffee 8:20-8:30    Welcome: Bill Barron, CCL Regional Coordinator, Salt Lake City, UT 8:30-9:10   Our Carbon Budget: Dr. Rob Davies, Utah State University, Physicist  9:10 -9:25   Break  9:25-12:30   CCL Climate Advocate Training (runs concurrently with the breakout sessions) For people who haven't previously attended an in-person Climate Advocate Training, this session goes through CCL's approach, methodology and values and provides a guide on how to develop relationships with our elected representatives.  9:25-10:20   State Highlights: State Leaders and Bill Barron 10:20-10:35 Coffee Break 10:35-11:25 Breakout Sessions Part 1      A) Building Relationships with Faith Communities         Jean Hill, Catholic Diocese Social Justice Promoter and Government Liaison, Salt Lake City, UT         Rev. Charles Robinson, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Salt Lake City, UT         Bishop Stephan James, LDS church, 27th Ward, Emigration Stake, Salt Lake City, UT        Moderator: Regina Pistilli, CCL member, Salt Lake City, UTDiscuss how climate change is viewed by faith communities, and how people in their congregations can play a role in solving the climate dilemma.      B) Public Health Effects of Climate Change in Our Region: Responsive Actions         Rob Byron, M.D. MPH, Co-Chair CCL Health Team, Billings, MT        Kathleen Wells, Professor Emerita, Case Western University, CCL Leader, Denver, COAn update on the pressing threats to public health posed by climate change in the Wild West region—escalating heat, drought, wildfire, and vector-borne diseases—are reviewed through image, story, and data.       C) Laser Talk Jeopardy!          Bri Buckley (UT) and Brandi Williams (UT)         Test your knowledge of laser talks or learn in the CCL rendition of Jeopardy! 11:25-11:40 Coffee Break 11:40-12:30 Breakout Sessions Part II      D)  Engaging Youth and Higher Ed           Sierra E. Cottle, CCL Wild West Regional Fellow, Flagstaff, AZ          Regina Pistilli, John Michael Fabrizi (Westminster College, UT) on capstone experience          Wendi Odai and students about New Mexico’s Senate Memorial 23       E) Story Telling         Reggie Mitchell, CCL member, Albuquerque, NM        We remember people's stories, not facts. Learn how to effectively use story-telling when discussing climate change.      F) Partnering with Other Citizen Groups and Business Sectors          Steve Glaser (UT) partnering with the League of Women Voters          Bryan Debbink and Merrill Gulstrom (CO) partnering with the Rotary Club         Bill Barron (UT) partnering with the Ski Industry 12:30-1:30: Lunch  1:30-1:40  Fundraising for CCL: Madeleine Para, CCL Vice President of Programs 1:40-2:30    Keynote:  Comedy, Economics, and Carbon Taxes                   Yoram Bauman, Ph.D., Economicst and Comedian Salt Lake City, UT 2:30-3:30   Getting a Bill through Congress: When Is Compromise a Good Thing?                  Madeleine Para, CCL Vice President of ProgramsPolitics is the art of compromise, but we also need to know our bottom line. What are your personal priorities when a bill begins to go through the "sausage-making" that often accompanies legislation? 3:30-3:50    Coffee Break 3:50-4:40   Impacts of Climate Change on Water                  Brian McInerney, Hydrologist at National Weather Service, UT                  Laura Briefer, Director Salt Lake City Public Utilities, UT 4:40-5:30    Case Study: A Conservative Strategy for CF&D in Colorado                   Grant Couch, Co-founder of CCL’s Conservative Caucus, Boulder, CO                   Ian Harrison, CEO of Building Energy Performance, Boulder, CO CF&D should resonate with Republicans as it aligns with many core conservative values, but the policy often fails to persuade when we lead with a climate change argument. The Colorado CCL team is developing a conservative statewide strategy to help our Republican members of Congress and Senators support CF&D that focuses on core conservative values. 5:30-7:00    Dinner SUNDAY Sept 30th at Doty Educational Center 8:30-9:00   Coffee Break 9:00- 9:15  Welcome and Announcements 9:15-10:30   Panel Discussion: Building Relationships at the State Level                     Rebecca Edwards, Representative for Utah House District 20                                         Michael Shea, Senior Policy Associate, HEAL Utah                     Mishka Banuri, West High School Student, Salt Lake City, UT                     Carrie Butler, Policy Director for Action Utah, Salt Lake City, UT                     Moderator: Tom Moyer, CCL member, Climate Utah founder, Park City, UT 10:30-11:00  Coffee 11:00-11:45  Plenary: Bringing Bipartisanship and Transformation to Citizen Activism                      Sam Daley-Harris, Founder of RESULTS: the power to end povertyLearn from CCL's original coach how and why our methodology works and how we can have further breakthroughs with it.  11:45-12:15  Wrap Up: Madeleine Para, CCL Vice President of Programs Minors (under 18) Registration: If you are under the age of 18, or are registering for someone under 18, a signed permission slip must be completed to attend the conference. Please email Brandi Williams, [email protected] for a permission slip. Minors must be accompanied by a parent/guardian or chaperone (who must also be registered for the conference). Questions? Please email Brandi Williams, [email protected] By registering for this event, you are giving Citizens' Climate Lobby and Citizens' Climate Education permission to send you email including information about CCL/CCE and how you can volunteer and support our work. You can unsubscribe at any time by emailing [email protected] View our Privacy Policy.

Sep 24, 2018 8:00 AM

9th International Conference on Dementia and Dementia Care About Conference On behalf of Pulsus Group, we are honoured to invite you to join the 9th International Conference on Dementia and Dementia Care which will be held from September 24-25, 2018 at London, UK. The conference will be organized around the theme “Novel approaches in Dementia Treatment and Care”. Dementia Care 2018 has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Committee. We will likely convey an extraordinary program which covers the whole range of research in Dementia and Dementia care and share the multifaceted encounters of different treatment methodology. Dementia Care 2018 is an annual gabfest which glazes the entire range of research in Dementia and Dementia care and shares the various encounters of different treatment methodology. It is the platform for all the innovators, researchers, organizations, scholars to discuss  and exhibit the recent advancements in the treatment, care and management of  Dementia and it also brings together the researchers to dissertate novel drug discovery, technical development in care methods, on-going clinical trials, end of life issues and organizational development. Dementia still remains as one of the challenges in health care Internationally. It is reported that, across the globe about 35.6 million are living with Dementia and it is expected to double by 2030 and triple by 2050. This conference will provide scope for all the proficient people in the field of Neuro science and Psychiatry to accomplish their research relationships with each other and to discover global associates for future collaboration. Who should attend? Neurologists Health Care Analysts Researchers in field of Neurology Health care organizations Geriatric Psychiatrists Why to attend? With members from around the world focused on learning about Dementia and its advances; this is your best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Dementia community. Conduct presentations, distribute information, meet with current and potential scientists, make a splash with new discoveries in the Dementia treatment and diagnosis, and receive name recognition at this 2-day event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, developments, and the newest updates in Dementia Care, treatment, diagnosis are hallmarks of this conference. Scientific Sessions Session 01: Dementia Dementia is a  chronic Neurodegenerative disorder in which the complete deterioration of the intellectual functioning and behavior occurs.It results in progressive memory loss, thus affecting the lifestyle of the people. Dementia is not a single disease entity rather it is the group of symptoms. The common symptoms includes personality changes, inability to recognize, emotional problems, a failing sense of direction. It is stated by Alzheimer's society that around 50 million people are living with Dementia and it is also stated that for every three seconds, a person is developing Dementia. Dementia is prevailing as one of the priority condition in the field of medicine. Dementia is main leading cause of death in England and Wales over heart diseases. Alzheimer’s disease is 6th leading cause of death in the USA and it kills more than breast and prostate cancer combined. To solve problems of globally various Dementia conferences are  arranged to find cure for Dementia society universally. Related Conference: International Dementia Conference, June 07-08, 2018, Sydney, Australia | Alzheimer's Association International Conference, July 22-26, 2018, Chicago, USA | International Conference On Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia, September17-19, 2018, Paris, France | Research Conference 2018, March 20 - 21, London, UK | National Dementia Conference, May 15-16 2018, Melbourne, Australia | Advances and Innovations in Dementia, September 17-18, 2018, Singapore | International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, October 29-31 2018, Valencia, Spain | Related societies: Dementia Society of America | Alzheimer's  Association | Alzheimer's Foundation of America | Alzheimer’s Society-United against dementia | ageUK | Alzheimer Society of Canada | Lewy Body Dementia Association | Session 02: Clinical Stages in Dementia Progression The Reisberg scale is used to indicate the disease progression. If the person has no memory loss and if he/she is mentally stable and healthy, i.e, a normal person, is said to be in no cognitive stage of the syndrome. The stage 2 or very mild cognitive decline has no evident symptoms, due to ageing the forgetfulness, which is the common symptom emerges during this stage. During the third stage i.e, mild cognitive decline stage  people experience increased forgetfulness, and face difficulty in finding words. Stage 4 or moderate cognitive decline includes severe symptoms like decrease in concentration, and the person faces difficulty such that he /she could not travel alone. In stage 5 or moderately severe cognitive decline occurs such that people have difficulties in completing tasks and people start withdrawing from social activities. Next is the middle dementia where the people tend to forget the recent memory activities. The last stage is that they have no ability to talk or communicate. They completely require human help and care. Related Conference: World Congress & Expo on Dementia & Neuroscience, November 12-14, 2018, Toronto, Canada | International Dementia Conference, April 16-17, 2018, Dublin, Ireland | International Dementia Conference, June 07-08, 2018, Sydney, Australia | Alzheimer Europe Conference , October 29-31 , 2018, Barcelona, Spain | International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias, November 11-14, 2018, Sydney, Australia | World Congress on Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, May 30-31, 2018 Osaka, Japan | World Summit on Alzheimer’s Disease, Neurophysiology and Cognitive Neuroscience, August 31-September 01, 2018, Massachusetts, USA | Related societies: The World Dementia Council | Dementia Australia | Motor Neurone Disease Association | Rare Dementia Support | Association for Frontal Temporal Degeneration | National Stroke Association | Parkinsons Disease Foundation | Session 03: Alzheimer’s Disease Alzheimer’s disease is most common type of Dementia. Alzheimer’s is a chronic Neurodegenerative disorder. Patient of Alzheimer’s shows early symptoms of short term memory and later progresses to problems in language, disorientation. Causes of Alzheimer’s are not clear yet, but 70% of risks are associated with genetics. There are no existing treatments to reverse or stop Alzheimer’s. Most of patients with alzheimer’s are above 65 years of age but 4-5% cases are of early onset Alzheimer’s. It’s still one of the costly diseases. Separate Alzheimer’s conferences has been arranged to make aware world for its consequences. In 2016, hundreds of conferences has main topic as Alzheimer’s disease as it contributes to 60-70% cases of Dementia. Several countries Governments are taking initiative in Alzheimer’s Congress such as UK, USA, Canada, France having high ratio of deaths due to Alzheimer’s patients and other Dementias. Related Conference: Neurological Disorders Summit, July 23 - 25, 2018, Los Angeles, USA | International Conference On Neurorehabilitation and Its Associated Disorders, June 06 - 07, Singapore | Global Insight Conference on Neurology & Brain Disorders, October 18 - 20, 2018, Las Vegas, USA | Dementia 2018 conference, April 16-18, 2018 Tokyo, Japan | International Conference on Neurology and Brain disorders June 04-06, 2018, Rome, Italy | Annual Conference on Dementia and Alzheimers Disease, December 13-15, 2018, Abu Dhabi, UAE | World Congress on Neurology and Neurodisorders, July 16-17, 2018, Melbourne, Australia | Related societies: American Parkinson Disease Association: Hope in Progress | Dementia Alliance International | Dementia Advocacy and Support Network International | International Psychogeriatric Association | World Federation of Neurology | Child Neurology Society | American Neurological Association | Session 04: Vascular Dementia Vascular Dementia is second most common type of Dementia after Alzheimer’s. Brain has one of the richest networks, sudden changes in thinking causes problems in supply of oxygen and nutrients to brain, causes series of minor attacks. Vascular Dementia can’t be tracked until it has series of attacks. Death of brain cells causes problems in memory, thinking and reasoning. There are various types of Vascular Dementia such as Stroke-related Dementia, Post-stroke Dementia, Single-infarct and Multi-infarct Dementia, Sub cortical Dementia. High blood pressure, High blood cholesterol level, Diabetes are some risk factors which majorly contribute to the severity of Vascular Dementia. Vascular Dementia is common type of Dementia after Alzheimer’s disease contributing to nearly 20% cases making it significant in discussions of Dementia conference. Related Conference: International Dementia Conference, June 07-08, 2018, Sydney, Australia | Alzheimer's Association International Conference, July 22-26, 2018, Chicago, USA | International Conference On Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia, September17-19, 2018, Paris, France | Research Conference 2018, March 20 - 21, London, UK | National Dementia Conference, May 15-16 2018, Melbourne, Australia | Advances and Innovations in Dementia, September 17-18, 2018, Singapore | International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, October 29-31 2018, Valencia, Spain | Related societies: Dementia Society of America | Alzheimer's  Association | Alzheimer's Foundation of America | Alzheimer’s Society-United against dementia | ageUK | Alzheimer Society of Canada | Lewy Body Dementia Association | Session 05: Dementia with Lewy Body Alpha synuclein protein depositions in neurons cause Lewy body Dementia.  Symptoms of Lewy body Dementia are hallucinations, rigidness in movement. In Lewy body Dementia, disruption among brain cells occur, after one year of observation and progression in symptoms with Parkinson’s disease the diagnosis of Lewy body Dementia is possible. If cognitive problems occur with a year of movement problems doctors declares it as Lewy body Dementia and if not then it is declared as Parkinson’s disease. It is normal kind of Dementia after Alzheimer's illness and having same cases as Vascular Dementia making it critical in interloculation of Dementia meetings. Related Conference: World Congress & Expo on Dementia & Neuroscience, November 12-14, 2018, Toronto, Canada | International Dementia Conference, April 16-17, 2018, Dublin, Ireland | International Dementia Conference, June 07-08, 2018, Sydney, Australia | Alzheimer Europe Conference , October 29-31 , 2018, Barcelona, Spain | International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias, November 11-14, 2018, Sydney, Australia | World Congress on Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, May 30-31, 2018 Osaka, Japan | World Summit on Alzheimer’s Disease, Neurophysiology and Cognitive Neuroscience, August 31-September 01, 2018, Massachusetts, USA | Related societies: The World Dementia Council | Dementia Australia | Motor Neurone Disease Association | Rare Dementia Support | Association for Frontal Temporal Degeneration | National Stroke Association | Parkinsons Disease Foundation | Session 06: Frontotemporal Dementia Frontotemporal Dementia also known as Pick’s disease is broad term for group of disorders caused by progressive nerve cell loss in the frontal and temporal lobes of brain. Spindle neurons have 70% loss in Frontotemporal Dementia patients while other neurons remain unchanged. Temporal lobes have specific function such as right temporal lobe involved in recognition of faces and known objects. Left temporal lobe involved in meaning of names and words of objects. Frontotemporal Dementia includes changes in behavior, personality and difficulty in speech. It is significant cause of Dementia in younger people. MRI scans may show the frontal and temporal lobe atrophy. Related Conference: Neurological Disorders Summit, July 23 - 25, 2018, Los Angeles, USA | International Conference On Neurorehabilitation and Its Associated Disorders, June 06 - 07, Singapore | Global Insight Conference on Neurology & Brain Disorders, October 18 - 20, 2018, Las Vegas, USA | Dementia 2018 conference, April 16-18, 2018 Tokyo, Japan | International Conference on Neurology and Brain disorders June 04-06, 2018, Rome, Italy | Annual Conference on Dementia and Alzheimers Disease, December 13-15, 2018, Abu Dhabi, UAE | World Congress on Neurology and Neurodisorders, July 16-17, 2018, Melbourne, Australia | Related societies: American Parkinson Disease Association: Hope in Progress | Dementia Alliance International | Dementia Advocacy and Support Network International | International Psychogeriatric Association | World Federation of Neurology | Child Neurology Society | American Neurological Association | Session 07: Posterior Cortical Atrophy Posterior Cortical Atrophy also called as Benson's syndrome is a abberant variant of Alzheimer's disease, where the symptom is identified at the different part of the  brain. It is one of the common Neuro degenerative disorders where the degeneration occurs in the cortex region of the brain. It is also due to the accumulation of amyloid protein in that region. The PCA affected  patients show amyloid plaques and tangles in the neurofibrils. The challenge is that this syndrome shows distinct Neuropsychological deficits still remaining as the complicated forms of Dementia. PCA has been recognized for more than two decades, and yet the condition is almost abandoned by researchers. Hence it is the most suitable topic for discussion in the Dementia conference. Related Conference: International Dementia Conference, June 07-08, 2018, Sydney, Australia | Alzheimer's Association International Conference, July 22-26, 2018, Chicago, USA | International Conference On Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia, September17-19, 2018, Paris, France | Research Conference 2018, March 20 - 21, London, UK | National Dementia Conference, May 15-16 2018, Melbourne, Australia | Advances and Innovations in Dementia, September 17-18, 2018, Singapore | International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, October 29-31 2018, Valencia, Spain | Related societies: Dementia Society of America | Alzheimer's  Association | Alzheimer's Foundation of America | Alzheimer’s Society-United against dementia | ageUK | Alzheimer Society of Canada | Lewy Body Dementia Association | Session 08: Parkinson Disease Dementia  Parkinson's disease Dementia is a cognitive decline in thinking and reasoning that develops in the person diagnosed with Parkinson's disease at least a year earlier.  Parkinson's Dementia are similar to those caused by other health issues. For example, mental health issues such as depression can mimic Dementia. The reason behind development of Dementia is not completely understood in Parkinsons disease patient. Hence this conference will provide a platform to discuss the problem.  Related Conference: World Congress & Expo on Dementia & Neuroscience, November 12-14, 2018, Toronto, Canada | International Dementia Conference, April 16-17, 2018, Dublin, Ireland | International Dementia Conference, June 07-08, 2018, Sydney, Australia | Alzheimer Europe Conference , October 29-31 , 2018, Barcelona, Spain | International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias, November 11-14, 2018, Sydney, Australia | World Congress on Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, May 30-31, 2018 Osaka, Japan | World Summit on Alzheimer’s Disease, Neurophysiology and Cognitive Neuroscience, August 31-September 01, 2018, Massachusetts, USA | Related societies: The World Dementia Council | Dementia Australia | Motor Neurone Disease Association | Rare Dementia Support | Association for Frontal Temporal Degeneration | National Stroke Association | Parkinsons Disease Foundation | Session 09: Diseases associated with Dementia The neurological conditions in which the Dementia occurs include some disorders like  Parkinson's disease, Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus, Huntington's disease, and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). These diseases mimic Dementia or has Dementia as a major sign in the disease. The diseases associated with Dementia have the disease associates that include depression, brain tumors, nutritional deficiencies, head injuries, hydrocephalus, infections (AIDS, meningitis, syphilis), Drug reactions and Thyroid problems. The genetic factors are responsible for the establishment of disorders like Parkinsons disease, Down Syndrome, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus, The other factors for Dementia includes physical factors like head injuries and Traumatic brain injuries. Related Conference: Neurological Disorders Summit, July 23 - 25, 2018, Los Angeles, USA | International Conference On Neurorehabilitation and Its Associated Disorders, June 06 - 07, Singapore | Global Insight Conference on Neurology & Brain Disorders, October 18 - 20, 2018, Las Vegas, USA | Dementia 2018 conference, April 16-18, 2018 Tokyo, Japan | International Conference on Neurology and Brain disorders June 04-06, 2018, Rome, Italy | Annual Conference on Dementia and Alzheimers Disease, December 13-15, 2018, Abu Dhabi, UAE | World Congress on Neurology and Neurodisorders, July 16-17, 2018, Melbourne, Australia | Related societies: American Parkinson Disease Association: Hope in Progress | Dementia Alliance International | Dementia Advocacy and Support Network International | International Psychogeriatric Association | World Federation of Neurology | Child Neurology Society | American Neurological Association | Session 10: Neuroepigenetics Neuroepigenetics is the field in Neuro biology that replaces the conventional thoughts on heritable epigenetic mechanisms, which involves in histone and chromatin modification which results in the variable expression of genes in the CNS . The numerous neuroepigenetic mechanisms have been involved in several Neurological and Neurodegenerative diseases for the regulation of various epigenetic mechanisms. All the mechanisms in Epigenetics will have a biochemical characteristics such that it helps in regulation process.The basic principle of Neuroepigenetics is that once DNA methylation patterns are established upon the genome in terminally differentiated cells, those modifications are permanent and essentially immutable. Other epigenetic molecular mechanisms are also in play in neurons some are ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling, genomic imprinting , SNF2 chromatin remodeling. Related Conference: International Dementia Conference, June 07-08, 2018, Sydney, Australia | Alzheimer's Association International Conference, July 22-26, 2018, Chicago, USA | International Conference On Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia, September17-19, 2018, Paris, France | Research Conference 2018, March 20 - 21, London, UK | National Dementia Conference, May 15-16 2018, Melbourne, Australia | Advances and Innovations in Dementia, September 17-18, 2018, Singapore | International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, October 29-31 2018, Valencia, Spain | Related societies: Related societies: Dementia Society of America | Alzheimer's  Association | Alzheimer's Foundation of America | Alzheimer’s Society-United against dementia | ageUK | Alzheimer Society of Canada | Lewy Body Dementia Association | Session 11: Causes and Risk Factors Causes of Dementia depend on areas of brain affected due to Dementia. Dementia is progressive in nature; Age is one of the most important risk factor of Dementia, 65years exceeding persons has more chances of having Dementia. Ageing and genetic inheritance from ancestors is beyond control but other risk factors such as Hypertension,  Hyperlipidaemia, Hyperthoiroidism, Alcohol use in large amounts, smoking can be prevented or controlled. Head injury, Stroke or Brain tumor may cause Dementia. Few risk factors can be prevented with healthy lifestyle and proper diet. Causes and risk elements have contributed enormously in Dementia research and discovered new measures in Dementia conferences. Related Conference: World Congress & Expo on Dementia & Neuroscience, November 12-14, 2018, Toronto, Canada | International Dementia Conference, April 16-17, 2018, Dublin, Ireland | International Dementia Conference, June 07-08, 2018, Sydney, Australia | Alzheimer Europe Conference , October 29-31 , 2018, Barcelona, Spain | International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias, November 11-14, 2018, Sydney, Australia | World Congress on Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, May 30-31, 2018 Osaka, Japan | World Summit on Alzheimer’s Disease, Neurophysiology and Cognitive Neuroscience, August 31-September 01, 2018, Massachusetts, USA | Related societies: The World Dementia Council | Dementia Australia | Motor Neurone Disease Association | Rare Dementia Support | Association for Frontal Temporal Degeneration | National Stroke Association | Parkinsons Disease Foundation | Session 12: Bioinformatics Approach Bioinformatics advent can be used to regulate and evaluate data from the current high-throughput research technologies and render means for novel discoveries in the field of Neurodegenerative diseases. It is reported that there is a very little published data on Epigenomics. It is said that the data are obtained from high through put technologies in screening of human brain. These data intend the upcoming researchers to know and design their experiments. The Data Mining plays an important role in the prediction of the disorder, where the actual data is compared with the real data and the results are interpreted. The Transcriptomics and Proteomics studies has also been carried out providing necessary solutions for the problems. Related Conference: Neurological Disorders Summit, July 23 - 25, 2018, Los Angeles, USA | International Conference On Neurorehabilitation and Its Associated Disorders, June 06 - 07, Singapore | Global Insight Conference on Neurology & Brain Disorders, October 18 - 20, 2018, Las Vegas, USA | Dementia 2018 conference, April 16-18, 2018 Tokyo, Japan | International Conference on Neurology and Brain disorders June 04-06, 2018, Rome, Italy | Annual Conference on Dementia and Alzheimers Disease, December 13-15, 2018, Abu Dhabi, UAE | World Congress on Neurology and Neurodisorders, July 16-17, 2018, Melbourne, Australia | Related societies: American Parkinson Disease Association: Hope in Progress | Dementia Alliance International | Dementia Advocacy and Support Network International | International Psychogeriatric Association | World Federation of Neurology | Child Neurology Society | American Neurological Association | Session 13: Recent Advances in Dementia Diagnosis The assessment of Dementia in needed to rule out similar symptoms showing to such diseases such as depression, delirium which is curable. It is necessary to provide time to Dementia patients to plan future and make them literate about the possible effects in the  future. There are various tests for diagnosing Dementia such as Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE), Mental Score Test, Trail Making Test.  MMSE test include series of exercises in which various problems are checked with memory, speech, ability to respond. Blood test is also done to check levels of vitamin B12 and Thyroid hormones, which may be responsible. Brain scans such as MRI and CT scans used for checking brain tumor and Strokes in Vascular Dementia. Neurology gatherings talked rigorously on Dementia Diagnosis and it is always misleading to different conditions like Parkinson’s' disease. Hence discovery and establishment of  new methodologies and techniques for analysis is in the urge for the Dementia society for dependable diagnosis methods.  Related Conference: International Dementia Conference, June 07-08, 2018, Sydney, Australia | Alzheimer's Association International Conference, July 22-26, 2018, Chicago, USA | International Conference On Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia, September17-19, 2018, Paris, France | Research Conference 2018, March 20 - 21, London, UK | National Dementia Conference, May 15-16 2018, Melbourne, Australia | Advances and Innovations in Dementia, September 17-18, 2018, Singapore | International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, October 29-31 2018, Valencia, Spain | Related societies: Dementia Society of America | Alzheimer's  Association | Alzheimer's Foundation of America | Alzheimer’s Society-United against dementia | ageUK | Alzheimer Society of Canada | Lewy Body Dementia Association | Session 14: Treatment Modalities Treatment modality is a method that is followed to treat a patient suffering from a disease condition. The treatment modalities have three main approaches ,which include medical, psychological and sociocultural approaches. The most important consideration is that, in practice, no single treatment is considered sufficient for the treatment of Dementia. By now the combination therapy which involves the use of two or more drugs proves to be efficient. The other treatment methods which involve the stem cell therapy and gene therapy has now created the spotlight in the Dementia Treatment. Hence the advanced treatment methods can be discussed in the conference.   Related Conference: World Congress & Expo on Dementia & Neuroscience, November 12-14, 2018, Toronto, Canada | International Dementia Conference, April 16-17, 2018, Dublin, Ireland | International Dementia Conference, June 7-8, 2018, Sydney, Australia | Alzheimer Europe Conference , October 29-31 , 2018, Barcelona, Spain | International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias, November 11-14, 2018, Sydney, Australia | World Congress on Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, May 30-31, 2018 Osaka, Japan | World Summit on Alzheimer’s Disease, Neurophysiology and Cognitive Neuroscience, August 31-September 01, 2018, Massachusetts, USA | Related societies: The World Dementia Council | Dementia Australia | Motor Neurone Disease Association | Rare Dementia Support | Association for Frontal Temporal Degeneration | National Stroke Association | Parkinsons Disease Foundation | Session 15: Therapeutic Targets Therapeutic targets are bio molecules maybe a nucleic acid or a protein whose biological activity can be modified by a drug candidate. In some cases of Dementia, it is reported that proteins are the cause for the disease. For example the accumulation of amyloid protein in the regions of Brain acts as a major factor for the disorder, hence it can be a therapeutic target . Therapeutic targets play an important role in identifying the potential drug candidates . Hence the conference provides the discussion sessions to reveal the targets for drug design process. Related Conference: Neurological Disorders Summit, July 23 - 25, 2018, Los Angeles, USA | International Conference On Neurorehabilitation and Its Associated Disorders, June 06 - 07, Singapore | Global Insight Conference on Neurology & Brain Disorders, October 18 - 20, 2018, Las Vegas, USA | Dementia 2018 conference, April 16-18, 2018 Tokyo, Japan | International Conference on Neurology and Brain disorders June 04-06, 2018, Rome, Italy | Annual Conference on Dementia and Alzheimers Disease, December 13-15, 2018, Abu Dhabi, UAE | World Congress on Neurology and Neurodisorders, July 16-17, 2018, Melbourne, Australia |   Related societies: American Parkinson Disease Association: Hope in Progress | Dementia Alliance International | Dementia Advocacy and Support Network International | International Psychogeriatric Association | World Federation of Neurology | Child Neurology Society | American Neurological Association | Session 16: Clinical Trials and Drug Development Rigorous clinical trials on Dementia drugs are continuing in USA and UK under the guidance of Alzheimer's society and it is reported that there is very less participation of people . The most of drugs are in second and third phases.. Most of clinical trials are done in specific areas are amyloid beta plaques, the immune system, tau tangles . New medications for Dementia being developed in 2014/2015, 31% were named symptoms modifying. There are many developments are going on in Drug discovery of Dementia as old treatments are unable to stop the progression of Dementia. Most associations share their exploration on new medications for Dementia in Dementia conferences to get higher esteem to their items. This gets to be distinctly gainful to different geriatric doctors to redesign themselves with such medications and progressing possibilities by going to Dementia conferences. Such Dementia meetings will help researchers to know target areas for Drug development in Dementia and work towards it and also Dementia conferences exhibit clinical trial medications and offers positivity to discover new approaches in curing Dementia Related Conference: International Dementia Conference, June 07-08, 2018, Sydney, Australia | Alzheimer's Association International Conference, July 22-26, 2018, Chicago, USA | International Conference On Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia, September17-19, 2018, Paris, France | Research Conference 2018, March 20 - 21, London, UK | National Dementia Conference, May 15-16 2018, Melbourne, Australia | Advances and Innovations in Dementia, September 17-18, 2018, Singapore | International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, October 29-31 2018, Valencia, Spain | Related societies: Dementia Society of America | Alzheimer's  Association | Alzheimer's Foundation of America | Alzheimer’s Society-United against dementia | ageUK | Alzheimer Society of Canada | Lewy Body Dementia Association | Session 17: Awareness and Care Practices Dementia is predominant disorder that affects more number of people around the world.  Diagnosis of the patient with Dementia frightens the person affected by the syndrome, their family members and caretakers. Better understanding about public awareness of Dementia aids more effective health and social policies. Dementia patients need assistance and full time care as much as drugs. Some common care practices in Dementia are assistance in food and fluid consumption, pain management, social engagement ensuring safety and security of Dementia patients. Main aim of care practices is to ensure cut in hospitalization and psychotropic drugs. Understanding patient’s mood changes, particular behavior, speech problems and help in rectifying them. Dementia patients need end of life care so qualified nursing staff is needed. Few care practices which are used are indoor and outdoor activities, visual and audio stimulation, Art therapy. Care practices in Dementia have been critical to engage in international Dementia meetings. In need to evolve in Dementia care world gathering and genuine talks on Dementia care is required. The Dementia conference discusses public awareness as well as care practices to achieve higher rate of early diagnosis and to decrease the distress among the patient, family and caregivers. Related Conference: World Congress & Expo on Dementia & Neuroscience, November 12-14, 2018, Toronto, Canada | International Dementia Conference, April 16-17, 2018, Dublin, Ireland | International Dementia Conference, June 07-08, 2018, Sydney, Australia | Alzheimer Europe Conference , October 29-31 , 2018, Barcelona, Spain | International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias, November 11-14, 2018, Sydney, Australia | World Congress on Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, May 30-31, 2018 Osaka, Japan | World Summit on Alzheimer’s Disease, Neurophysiology and Cognitive Neuroscience, August 31-September 01, 2018, Massachusetts, USA | Related societies: The World Dementia Council | Dementia Australia | Motor Neurone Disease Association | Rare Dementia Support | Association for Frontal Temporal Degeneration | National Stroke Association | Parkinsons Disease Foundation | Session 18: Case reports Case reports in Dementia supports the comprehensive report of causes, symptoms, treatment and possible outcome. Each case report distinguishes in conditions such as age, family background, treatment given and effects of it. This all helps to design, categorize the future aspects of disease. Case report will be highly helpful for the researchers to develop new methods for physicians to develop quick diagnosis methods in  Dementia patients. Case reports in Dementia gives some thought regarding diagnosis, treatment and level of cure perhaps conceivable prevention to be taken moreover. Be that as it may, most recognized case reports is to be talked  in the Dementia conference which would be extremely useful to researchers to carry on with their work. Related Conference: Neurological Disorders Summit, July 23 - 25, 2018, Los Angeles, USA | International Conference On Neurorehabilitation and Its Associated Disorders, June 06 -07, Singapore | Global Insight Conference on Neurology & Brain Disorders, October 18 - 20, 2018, Las Vegas, USA | Dementia 2018 conference, April 16-18, 2018 Tokyo, Japan | International Conference on Neurology and Brain disorders June 04-06, 2018, Rome, Italy | Annual Conference on Dementia and Alzheimers Disease, December 13-15, 2018, Abu Dhabi, UAE | World Congress on Neurology and Neurodisorders, July 16-17, 2018, Melbourne, Australia | Related societies: American Parkinson Disease Association: Hope in Progress | Dementia Alliance International | Dementia Advocacy and Support Network International | International Psychogeriatric Association | World Federation of Neurology | Child Neurology Society | American Neurological Association | Market Analysis Scope and Importance Dementia is out broken as the major threat in the UK. It is stated that, by now there are around 800,000 people in UK with dementia and the numbers are expected to rise to 1,142,677 by 2025 and 2,092,945 by 2051.   It is also reported that around 45 000 people below the age of 65 are suffering from early onset of dementia and 773,502 are in late onset of Dementia. 311,730 (39%) of people living with dementia over 65 are living in care homes (either residential care or nursing homes) and 493,639 (61%) are living in the community among the people.Based on the onset of disease, more people are prone to Dementia in the late onset period. During the late onset period i.e., between the age of 65 to 95* women develop the disease more frequently than men. There are more women patients and victims than men in the late onset case. During the early onset of the disease i.e., between the age group 30-64 men are more prone to the disease than women.   Among the Dementia sub types, Alzheimer’s is the major type contributing to 62% among all the sub types, and amidst the other sub types next ranks the Vascular Dementia which contributes for about 17% of the cases. Next lies the mixed dementia which is ranking third in prevalence. The other sub types which include Dementia with Lewy bodies is found in 4% of people, Frontotemporal dementia in 2%, Parkinson’s dementia in 2%. The other associated diseases with dementia contributes around 3 % of the cases. Dementia with not only ruining the life of people also cause a major impact on the economy in the society. The greater part of the cost spent on Dementia care fall under three main categories health care cost, social care cost, informal care costs. The health care which includes hospitalization and treatment contributes about 16.4% of total cost, the social care which involves the care given by the nursing homes, home care contributes about 39 % of cost and the rest 44.6% comes under the informal care which the given by the family or friends related to the patient. List of Universities carrying out research in Dementia in UK, University of Cambridge Lancaster University University of Worcester Cardiff University University of Leicester University of Sheffield UK Dementia Research Institute University of Stirling Bangor University University of Oxford Both the Government and the Charities help the universities and the Collaborative Research centres to carry out Dementia research in developing novel medicines for dementia. The list of Governmental funding agents, Non-Governmental Organizations and Companies providing funds for Dementia Research in UK includes the following, Alzheimer’s Research UK Medical Research Council (MRC) The Dementia Discovery Fund Alzheimer’s Society UK Department of Health Biogen GSK Johnson and Johnson Lilly Pfizer Takeda Drugs that are available in the market for the treatment of dementia includes Memantine, Donepezil, Rivastigmine, Galantamine. Among these drugs Donepezil is considered as the most effective one, since it has cured dementia in about 59,931 people. It is also reported that about 30,000 people are treated with Rivastigmine. The Memantine ranks third in treating about 14,640 patients, the Galantamine drug cures Dementia in about 10,000 patients.  18 Conference Highlights Dementia Clinical Stages in Dementia Progression Vascular Dementia Alzheimer Disease Dementia with Lewy Body (DLB) Frontotemporal Dementia Recent Advances in Dementia Diagnosis Causes and Risk Factors Bioinformatics Approach Treatment Modalities Therapeutic Targets Clinical Trials and Drug Development Awareness and Care Practices Case Reports Posterior Cortical Atrophy Diseases associated with Dementia Neuroepigenetics Parkinson Disease Dementia To Collaborate Scientific Professionals around the World Conference Date September 24-25, 2018 For Sponsors & Exhibitors Sponsorship Opportunities Speaker Opportunity Poster Opportunity E-Poster Opportunity Supported Journals Please contact the event manager Marilyn (marilyn.b.turner(at)nyeventslist.com ) below for:- Multiple participant discounts- Price quotations or visa invitation letters- Payment by alternate channels (PayPal, check, Western Union, wire transfers etc)- Event sponsorshipsNO REFUNDS ALLOWED ON REGISTRATIONSService fees included in this listing.-----------------------------------------------------------------This event is brought to you by:Pulsus Group - NewYorkEventsListhttp://www.NyEventsList.comhttp://www.BostonEventsList.comhttp://www.SFBayEventsList.com-----------------------------------------------------------------MYL180222CEV MYL180626UPA