Calendar

24 Apr
Vincent Fairfax Family Resource Centre, North Ryde

Do you have a family member or friend living with dementia?

Attend our free Family and Friends session Wednesday 24 April 2019 in North Ryde

Family Carer Education

24 Apr
Vincent Fairfax Family Resource Centre, North Ryde

Do you have a family member or friend living with dementia?

Attend our free Family and Friends session Wednesday 24 April 2019 in North Ryde

29 Apr
Online Webinar

The Recently Diagnosed with Dementia information sessions are an initiative of Dementia Australia

02 May
The Hunter Dementia and Memory Resource Centre, 2 Percy St, Hamilton

Are you caring for a person with dementia at home?

15 May
Vincent Fairfax Family Resource Centre, North Ryde

Are you caring for a person living with dementia?

Attend our Family Carer Education – 4 evening program – Wednesdays 15, 22, 29 May and 5 June 2019 in North Ryde

19 May
Leichhardt Oval #3, Maliyawul St, Lilyfield, NSW

Dementia Australia is excited to bring the Sydney Memory Walk & Jog back to the Bay Run in Lilyfield on Sunday 19 May 2019.

23 May
Meeting Room, Queen St Centre, Queen Street, Moss Vale 2577

The Recently Diagnosed with Dementia information session is an initiative of Dementia Australia

04 Jun
Bungarribee Community Resource Hub, Craft Room 20 Sir Hercules Parade, Bungarribee

The Recently Diagnosed with Dementia information session is an initiative of Dementia Australia

05 Jun
Online Webinar

The Recently Diagnosed with Dementia information sessions are an initiative of Dementia Australia

12 Jun
The Hunter Dementia and Memory Resource Centre, 2 Percy St, Hamilton

Are you caring for a person with dementia?

If so, you are invited to attend FREE courses for family carers and friends, conducted by Dementia Australia

13 Jun
Dementia Australia, Dementia & Memory Community Centre, Corner Cox’s and Norton Roads, North Ryde

13 Jun

The Difficult Conversations webinar is an initiative of Dementia Australia.

This online education and support session explores topics that people living with dementia, their care partners, family and friends can find hard to talk about.