Anne Kelly is a registered nurse who also holds qualifications in Post Graduate Dementia Management, and Dementia Care Mapping. She has worked extensively in dementia care both residential and community for the past 30 years. She is currently a dementia trainer and consultant for Alzheimer’s Australia Tasmania. In 2009 she was awarded a Churchill Fellowship for Rehabilitative Therapies for Dementia Care which enabled her to travel to Canada and the USA to work alongside world experts in this area including, Dr Cameron Camp, Professor Michelle Bourgeois and Gail Elliott, Director of Aged Studies at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. Since her return from overseas Anne has been working towards the accreditation of the short course in Rehabilitative Therapies - Dementia. A collaborative effort between McMaster University in Canada and Alzheimer’ Australia Tasmania has resulted in a partnership responsible for the sharing of Montessori for Dementia training materials and resources. Anne along with two other colleagues wrote the P3 Assault Management Program drawing on her breadth of experience in aged care and prior to her involvement with the Montessori program. P3 focusses on aged care issues and Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia.