Dementia Australia is working to educate the public and build dementia-friendly communities across the country.
Our community sessions are designed to raise awareness of dementia and reduce the stigma and discrimination surrounding it. We also offer sessions focused on brain health which provide strategies to maintain brain health and reduce the risk of dementia, helping people better understand how memory works, and when memory changes may need to be investigated.
All sessions are delivered by Dementia Australia's highly experienced facilitators who specialise in the delivery of education and support related to dementia. We offer select sessions for public attendance.
If you would like to discuss the option of having one of the sessions delivered within your organisation or workplace, this can be offered at a cost. To enquire about fee for service delivery, email [email protected].
This session explores the principles of ‘good design’ as applied to dementia. It allows participants to determine what, if any, design changes they can implement to their environment to enhance participation by a person with dementia.
A range of Webinars have been developed for both people living with dementia and their carers or support people.
This session provides an introduction to dementia, including an overview of different types of dementia, diagnosis, planning ahead and how to support someone living with dementia. The two hour session provides more detail about causes of dementia and obtaining a diagnosis.
This session is designed for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and provides information on dementia, signs and symptoms of dementia and how dementia is diagnosed. It covers living with dementia, caring for someone with dementia and getting help.
This session provides information on memory and common changes that may occur with ageing. It provides strategies for improving memory, when to seek help about your concerns and services provided by Dementia Australia.