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The Sensory Store is an assistive & therapeutic dementia products online store.
The Sensory Store supports family carers, people with dementia, health professionals and community care workers by providing quality dementia related resources.
Shop online and save on a wide variety of dementia friendly products and services available.
This resource aims to increase awareness about the impact of harmful substance use on the brain.
It urges readers to Think Ahead about the future of their brain health and to recognise that current actions can have consequences in the future.
The resource aims to:
The Thinko! website was taken offline in June 2018.
Travelling and going on holidays plays an important role in many of our lives.
Travelling with someone who has dementia can be stressful and challenging for the family, carer and the person with dementia, but it can also be a very rewarding experience.
Although living with dementia may make holidays more complex, it doesn’t necessarily mean that these plans need to be put aside.
Following is a selection of external websites in the area of dementia with a focus on indigenous health and sites which are nationally based.
The Valuing People website has been taken offline in October 2019.
Valuing People was developed by Dementia Australia to support community organisations to help improve the quality of support they provide to people impacted by dementia.
Dementia Australia's Centre for Dementia Learning offers a range of education for people working in the aged care, health and community sectors, you can find out more by visiting www.dementialearning.org.au or emailing email@example.com.
The Department of Veterans' Affairs has developed the Veterans' Medicines Advice and Therapeutics Education Services (Veterans' MATES) project with the aim of improving the use of medicines and related health services in the veteran community.
Walking is a healthy activity that should be part of your everyday life. There is no need to stop walking even once you have been diagnosed with dementia.
Walking Safely with Dementia offers information, tips and strategies for you if you are living with dementia, and also for your family and carers. It suggests ways you can walk safely and how we as a community can help if you become lost or disoriented.
The Western Australian Centre for Health and Ageing (WACHA) is not for profit Centre dedicated to improving health in mid life and beyond. WACHA's research focuses on searching for, and finding new treatments, to prevent disease and discovering cures for disabling diseases such as, dementia, depression and frailty.