Our carer education programs are designed to help you and your family with practical strategies for managing day-to-day and to better understand your own needs and the needs of those for whom you care.
In this program we discuss the issues and decisions around residential care as well as the barriers to making the decision.
The Dementia Care Navigator is a service that aims to make it simpler for Australian to learn about government-supported aged care services and how to access them.
Being brain healthy is important for everyone – at any age, whether you’re young, old or in between.
To live a brain healthy life, you need to look after your brain, your body AND your heart. They are all important.
Another part of our dementia information series - FREE information and support sessions about the early stages of dementia.
This special group program spans over two days and is designed to support and assist with the feelings experienced by carers, family members and friends of people with dementia.
The workshop provides an opportunity to learn about practical strategies, share common experiences and learn ways to support a person with a diagnosis of dementia living in the community.
This online education and support session provides information about the effects of dementia on driving.
Free information session presented by Dementia Australia and Seniors Rights Victoria
The Living with Dementia program is a national initiative of Dementia Australia and is funded by the Australian Government.
This education and support program aims to maximise the health and wellbeing of people living with early stage dementia, and their carers.