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2013 St Julian's

Information for people with dementia

Meeting room for people with dementia

A quiet room will be reserved for the sole use of people with dementia and their guests. This room will be located on the ground floor, next to the info desk and conference secretariat. Coffee breaks will also be served in this room.

Conference language

The official language of the conference is English.

Accreditation and certificates

This conference is not CME (Continuing Medical Education) accredited.

Certificates for participation will be available at the registration desk

Conference Venue

The conference will take place in:

Hilton Malta
Portomaso St Julians
PTM 01, Malta

Information about the venue can be found on the hotel website: and the accommodation section of the website.

Travel to and from the conference venue

People arriving in Malta and wishing to organise transfers from the airport to the conference venue or other hotels can do so by completing the transfer form and returning it to our local conference organiser by fax:+356- 21 334 989 or by e-mail to the attention of Keith Vella on


The currency in Malta is the Euro (EUR). Credit cards are widely accepted in Malta.


Malta enjoys a Mediterranean climate. The weather is generally pleasant in October.


The electrical current in Malta is 220 volts (50Hz). Plugs and sockets are the same as in the United Kingdom. If your equipment requires different voltage, you will need an electrical transformer.


Please check the validity of your own travel insurance. The conference organisers cannot accept liability for personal injuries sustained or loss of/damage to property belonging to conference delegates or accompanying persons.

Passport and visa requirements

All travellers to Malta will need a passport or identity card valid for at least 90 days following their departure date.

Information on visa requirements is available on:






Last Updated: Tuesday 08 October 2013


  • Acknowledgements

    The 23rd Alzheimer Europe Conference in St. Julian's, Malta received funding from the European Union, in the framework of the Health Programme. Alzheimer Europe and the Malta Dementia Society gratefully acknowledge the additional support provided by foundations and companies.
  • European Union