Closing the evidence-practice gap in young onset dementia care: a pilot implementation trial

Occurring Dates: 
22/10/2019 to 28/02/2021
Participant Duration: 
30-60 minutes
State of study: 
All States
Overview: 

This is a two-phase project. Firstly, we’ll be distributing an online survey to people living with younger onset dementia and/or their families or care givers about their experience of service provision with the NDIS and the aged care sector. The information obtained from this questionnaire will then inform phase two, a translational research project, to improve collaboration between the disability and aged care sectors. This pilot implementation will have a focus on post-planning service delivery through the creation of collaborative care teams consisting of a Local Area Coordinator, disability service provider and aged care provider.

The survey is now available online and we invite all people with young onset dementia and/or supporters of people with young onset dementia to have their say by completing the online survey at: www.tinyurl.com/inspired-survey

Further Information: 

For further information please contact Sally Day on (02) 9351 9172 or at sally.day@flinders.edu.au. If you would like to participate, please complete the online survey.

This study has been approved by the approved by the Flinders University Social and Behavioural Research Ethics Committee, approval number 8331.

Study Address: 
Online: www.tinyurl.com/inspired-survey
Full Name: 
Sally Day
Institute: 
Flinders University
Email: 
sally.day@flinders.edu.au
Phone Number: 
(02) 9351 9172