0830 – 0915    Registration & Coffee

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0915 – 1015    Welcome: Rens Brankaert
                        Keynote: Laila Cassim / 
Chair: Andrea Wilkinson

Graphic Designer and Research Associate at Tokyo Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology. The focus of her research is to understand how design can be used as a tool for empowering socially marginalised groups through practice-based research and collaborative projects, combining Inclusive Design's co-design process with Graphic Design's array of visual communication skills. She is currently working with artists with cognitive learning disabilities and mental health issues in both Japan and abroad utilising the artworks generated to create means of financial independence and social empowerment for the beneficiaries. She is also involved in "Rocket Project" - a pilot educational program to help children who often feel left out of mainstream educational system due to learning difficulties or other reasons, to pursue or uncover their interests and hidden talents.
lailacassim.com 
https://rocket.tokyo/

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1015 – 1045    Coffee break
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1045 – 1200    Inclusion & Participation 1: Paper session / Chair: Wijnand IJsselsteijn

                        Paper / Niels Hendriks, Karin Slegers and Andrea Wilkinson.
                        The relevance of involving people with dementia in design research

                        Paper / Susan van Hees
                        ‘Build your story’ Developing a research game to include older adults’ perspectives in research.

                        Paper / Carolin Schreiber, Jan Üblacker, Diana Cürlis and Nora Weber
                        Towards Dementia Things. How Does Participatory Research and Design
                        Improve Quality of Life in Contexts of Dementia?

                        Story / Claire Bernaards, Hester van Zuthem, Noeska Meijers, Jacqueline Blok,
                        Sandra Suijkerbuijk, Henk Herman
                        Nap. What are the needs of people with dementia and their informal caregivers with
                        regard to having a meaningful day. 
Results and experiences from the AAL Magic Table project

1200 – 1230    Dementia Lab Ideas Pitches (15+) / Chair: Myrte Thoolen

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1230 – 1400    Lunch & Demo/Poster exposition
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1400 – 1515    Technology & Experience 1: Paper session / Chair: Rens Brankaert

                        Paper / Sara Casaccia, Gian Marco Revel, Lorenzo Scalise, Roberta Bevilacqua, Lorena Rossi,
                        Robert A. Paauwe, Irek Karkowski, Ilaria Ercoli, J. Artur Serrano, Sandra Suijkerbuijk,
                        Dirk Lukkien and Henk Herman
                        Nap. Social Robot and Sensor Network in Support of Activity of Daily Living for People with Dementia

                        Paper / Yvette Vermeer, Paul Higgs, Gerogina Charlesworth
                        Surveillance Technology in dementia care: implicit assumptions and unresolved tensions

                        Paper / Kathrina Dankl, Stefan Moritsch, Fritz Pernkopf, Eliisabeth Stögmann, Theresa König and Sten Hanke
                        Memento for Living, Working and Caring: An ‘Archetypical Object’ for Being with Dementia

                        Story / Nel Wagner
                        Thuiskomertje, een hulpmiddel voor mensen met dementie

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1515 – 1545    Coffee break & Demo/Poster
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1545 – 1700    Inclusion & Participation 2: Paper session / Chair: Sandra Suijkerbuijk

                        Paper / Caylee Raber, Jon Hannan, Mariko Sakamoto, Srushti Kulkarni, Nadia Beyzaei,
                        Donna Levi and Alison Phinney
                        Emily Carr University Zeitgeist Program: Bringing together student designers and care home
                        residents to co-design publications — A social innovation project

                        Paper / Izoné McCracken, Retha de la Harpe and Monica Di Ruvo
                        Developing Dementia Personas for User Centred Architectural Design Considerations
                        in Non-Specialised Contexts

                        Paper / Leonie van Buuren, Masi Mohammadi and Olivia Guerra Santin
                        Evaluating three validation-methods for an architectural intervention for seniors with dementia
                        in the empathic design framework, a case study

                        Story / Francien van de Ven
                        Hoe ga je om met apathie en initiatiefloosheid?

                        Story / Fernanda Marx
                        Forever with me, Daisy

1700 – 1900    Drinks at Demo area

0830 – 0915    Registration & Coffee

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0915 – 1015    Keynote: prof. Arlene Astell - link to website / Chair: Rens Brankaert

Arlene Astell is Professor of Neurocognitive Disorders and Director of the Berkshire Memory and Cognition Research Centre at the University of Reading, UK and Director of the Dementia Aging and Technology Engagement lab at University Health Network, Toronto. Arlene has over twenty years’ experience co-designing and evaluating interventions to support people to age as well as possible, particularly people living with dementia. She leads the User Needs Work Package in AGE-WELL, Canada’s Ageing and technology network, and is currently engaged in multiple national and international projects examining the role of technologies to support people to live well with cognitive impairment. Arlene has authored over 190 peer-reviewed publications plus contributions to professional and practice journals. In 2019 she guest edited a Special Issue of Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders entitled “Technology and Dementia: The Future is Now” as Chair of the Alzheimer’s Association Technology Professional Interest Area, and her most recent book: “Technology for dementia: A guide for everyday living” was published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers in July.

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1015 – 1045    Coffee break & Demo/Poster exposition
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1045 – 1200    Technology & Experience 2: Paper session / Chair: Niels Hendriks

                        Paper / Ward de Groot and Maarten Houben
                        Exploring how an Interactive Placemat can Influence Eating Activities for People with Dementia

                        Paper / Sarah Campbell, David Frohlich, Adam Vaughn and Norman Alm
                        Sentimental Audio Memories: Exploring the emotion and meaning of everyday sounds

                        Paper / Gail Kenning, Alon Ilsar, Rens Brankaert, Mark Evans
                        Improvisation and reciprocal design: Soundplay for dementia

                        Story / Chloe Meineck
                        Music Memory Box: the importance of personalised reminiscence

1200 – 1230    Guest interview - Living with dementia

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1230 – 1400    Lunch & Demo/Poster exposition
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1400 – 1515    Workshops: Chair: Maarten Houben

                        ZonMw Workshop / Marieke Zielhuis & ZonMw
                        OpenLabs workshop / James Hodge, Kellie Morrissey & Sarah Foley
                        D-Lab workshop / Niels Hendriks & Andrea Wilkinson

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1515 – 1545    Coffee break 
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1545 – 1700    Closing session: Town hall meeting & Discussion
Chair: Rens Brankaert, Niels Hendriks, Andrea Wilkinson

1700 – 1900    Closing social event at Hubble, Luna Building

day 1
Monday October 21, 2019

Listening, sharing, learning & doing... 
like a good event should.

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