A light breakfast with David McNair

Starts: 8th November, 2017

Duration: Ongoing

Location: Various

Why is it important to consider lighting when working in the area of ageing and dementia in design?

At present there is no cure for dementia but we can help a person living with dementia to be independent for as long as possible by putting into practice good design strategies.

Getting lighting right as part of environmental solutions can contribute to a reduced number and severity of falls,a reduction in challenging behaviour, improved sleep and better health, reduced stress and greater staff satisfaction.

And most importantly improved quality of life for the person living with dementia.


David McNair - Associate Consultant

Light & Lighting BA, CEng, FILP, MSLL

David is an internationally renowned, experienced and enthusiastic chartered engineer who is an expert in all elements of interior and exterior lighting. He has significant knowledge and experience in design, maintenance, energy efficiency and education. David has lectured extensively on lighting design, the workings of the human visual system and the different impacts of light on the human body, particularly in the context of dementia environments.

Want to learn more? Join us for a light breakfast and be part of the challenge to change lives for people living with dementia.



Wednesday, 8 November 2017

8.00am - 9.30am

Electra House

131 King William Street, Adelaide



Friday, 10 November 2017

8.00am - 9.30am

Mounts Bay Waters Apartment Hotel

112 Mounts Bay Rd, Perth


If you have any questions about this event or for more information, please email