Brace Bateman

Brace Bateman

Brace Bateman represents an average person living with dementia. He knows the sadness of discovering he has Alzheimer’s, and some joy as he companions other people living with Alzheimer’s.

This companioning, initially and still now, comes from his ‘coming out’ to family, friends and the larger public.

Brace is keen for us all to share in building a more compassionate, understanding, and accepting country especially for people living with dementia.

Brace earned degrees in in sociology and theology in his country of birth, the USA. In 1963, he left New York City and came to Australia for what was only going to be a six-month appointment. Since then he has returned only for holidays. Why -because he loves Australia so much.

Key Dates
  • Registration now open
  • Call for abstracts closed28 April 2017
  • Authors notified of shortlisting4 August 2017
  • Earlybird and presenter registration deadline31 August 2017
  • Dementia2017 Conference17-20 October
fightdementia.org.au

Contact Us

If you are living with dementia or caring for someone living with dementia; would like to talk to someone about this conference or have other questions - please call the National Dementia Helpline 1800 100 500, onlinesupport@alzheimers.org.au or visit the www.helpwithdementia.org.au.