MALAGA /  November 9 – 11, 2017

The National Alzheimer’s Conference organised by the Spanish Confederation of Associations of Family Members of Alzheimer’s patients (CEAFA), has eminently associative and social content; its main objective is to establish a functional space and time for their attendees, in such a way that they can provide and receive knowledge that can be adapted and implemented in the confederate Associations and in other resources providing specialised services to people with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.

The research group Healthy Architecture & City, invited to the event, has contributed with the presence of four of their researchers and the professor of neuroscience Pablo Lara Muñoz, dean of the Faculty of Medicine in Malaga, each of them displaying the topic of the research they are carrying out and the phase that it is in, among which the following is noteworthy:

The influence of architecture and technology on spaces inhabited by patients with Alzheimer’s