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The Hague 2019

Practical information

Conference venue

World Forum, The Hague

Churchillplein 10
 2517 JW The Hague
+31 70 30 66 366
info@worldforum.nl

Information for people with dementia

Meeting room for people with dementia

A meeting room has been reserved as a meeting room for the sole use of people with dementia and their guests. Coffee breaks will also be served in this room.

Reserved areas

Seats in the front row(s) of all meeting rooms have been marked as “Reserved” for the use of people with dementia. Our staff members will be happy to direct you to those dedicated areas.

During the lunch breaks, a number of places and tables are reserved for the sole use of people with dementia. Those areas are marked as “Reserved”. Our hostesses will be able to accompany you to the area.

Accreditation and certificates

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

Certificates for participation will be available at the registration desk

Language

The language of the conference is English.

All plenaries will have simultaneous translation (English into Dutch).

One series of parallel sessions will be in Dutch without translation. All other sessions will be in English only without simulatenous translation.

Currency

The official currency is EURO/€.

Passport/Visa

EU citizens should be able to present a passport or an ID card valid for the duration of the stay in the Netherlands. Citizens of other countries must have a valid passport. Non-EU citizens are required to produce a visa. Please contact your travel agent or the nearest Dutch diplomatic post for further information.

More information can be found on the tourist office webpage:https://denhaag.com/en

Join the online #29AEC conversation

Follow our social media channels and join the online conversation on Twitter using official event hashtag #29AEC. Engage with the Alzheimer Europe online community in the following ways: 

  • Share your key takeaways of the 29AEC sessions with the Alzheimer Europe community, using #29AEC
  • Search for #29AEC and engage with other members
  • Share your Alzheimer Europe activities (year round!), using @AlzheimerEurope
  • Facebook: follow our actions, join conversations, share your activities, or communicate with our team on the official page https://www.facebook.com/alzheimer.europe/
  • LinkedIn: follow the Alzheimer Europe company page on LinkedIn.

 

 
 

Last Updated: Wednesday 10 April 2019

 

 
  • Acknowledgements

    The 29th AE Conference in The Hague received funding under an operating grant from the European Union’s Health Programme (2014-2020). Alzheimer Europe and Alzheimer Nederlands gratefully acknowledge the support of all conference sponsors.
  • European Union
 
 

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