Wipeout Dementia® Videos

Property Industry Continues to Wipeout Dementia®, November 2019

The property industry has gotten on board to Wipeout Dementia since November 2016 and has raised an extraordinary amount of funds for CHeBA's dementia research. All funds raised go directly to research at CHeBA thanks to generous sponsors. 

Morgans is the major sponsor for Wipeout Dementia November 2019. Secondary sponsors are m3property, Winten Property Group, Aoyuan International and Colliers International Residential. Hurley is apparel sponsor.  

Read more about the upcoming event: Property Industry Continues to Wipeout Dementia

First Ever Inter-Generational Wipeout Dementia®, May 2019

In May 2019, 16 father/son, father/daughter, uncle/nephew duos aged 10-70 teamed up for the first Inter-Generational Wipeout Dementia®.

Read the full wrap up at $90,000 Raised in First Inter-Generational Wipeout Dementia! To see all the duos and action from the event, view the Inter-Generational May 2019 Surf Off photo gallery

Inaugural Property Industry Wipeout Dementia®

The inaugural Property Industry Wipeout Dementia® was held in November 2016 at Bondi Beach. Read the full wrap up at $60k from Inaugural Property Industry Wipeout Dementia! To see all the action from the day, visit the November 2016 Surf Off photo gallery

Wipeout Dementia® Get On Board

Wipeout Dementia® runs each May and November at Queenscliff or Bondi Beach by the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA). Created by Heidi Douglass (Communications & Projects Officer), this campaign raises funds for dementia research under The Dementia Momentum®  at CHeBA, led by internationally acclaimed leaders in the field, Scientia Professor Henry Brodaty AO and Professor Perminder Sachdev AM.

Ambassadors for this campaign are Richard Grellman AM and 1978 World Surfing Champion Wayne 'Rabbit' Bartholomew AM.

To see photos from all the events, visit the Wipeout Dementia® Photo Galleries.

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Link Between Physical Health And Brain Health

CHeBA Co-Director Scientia Professor Perminder Sachdev explains the link between physical health and brain health, and how it relates to dementia.  

Link between physical health and brain health from Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing on Vimeo.