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Upcoming Events

Please check back frequently as we continue to add new NTG events regularly. We also add links to partner events that are of interest to the intellectual disability and dementia community.

II Summit on Intellectual Disability and Dementia

Tuesday & Wednesday, October 24/25, 2023, Toronto, Ontario Canada
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This event is a collaborative effort undertaken by the Canadian NTG Consortium, the NTG (USA), the REENA Organization of Thornhill, Ontario, and others. The Summit will be a two-day meeting during which attendees will be examining three significant issues - human rights and intellectual disability, co-incident neuroatypical conditions, and brain health and wellness practices. The Summit is limited in attendance, but interested researchers, clinicians, agency personnel, and others are welcome to self-nominate for participation and invitation. The Toronto Summit, modeled on the first one held in Glasgow, Scotland in 2016, will produce a summative statement and participants will contribute to a series of reports and peer-reviewed articles which will emanate from the Summit.

The Summit will be held outside of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and participant travel is self-funded. The local organizer, the Reena Organization, will contribute to the local amenities. The venue is the Holiday Inn Pearson International Airport, 970 Dixon Road, Toronto,  Ontario M3W 1J9.  As this will be held in a roundtable format, places are limited.

Persons interested in attending, please contact Dr. Nancy Jokinen, the Planning Committee Chair for the Summit, for an invitation.

2024 NTG Annual Conference

June 6-9, 2024, Cleveland, Ohio 

The NTG and the AADMD will be holding a collaborative conference in Cleveland, Ohio in June 2024.  The NTG will be organizing and holding an embedded conference day on Friday, June 7th, within the AADMD conference with topics focusing on aging, community living, caregiving and supports assessment and diagnostics, NPIs, and use of newly emerging therapeutics related to adults with intellectual disability and dementia.   More on the specifics will be announced as information is available.   

FMI: Kathryn Pears, NTG's Director of Operations

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