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LGBTI and dementia
This guide was prepared by Dementia Australia for LGBTI people living with dementia, their families, friends and care partners.
Choosing an Ageing and Aged Care Service that is LGBTI Inclusive (for consumers)
A Fact Sheet from the National LGBTI Health Alliance Silver Rainbow project
Library and information services
Our library provides access to quality dementia related information. This information is applicable to people with dementia, their carers friends and family. This is also useful for health professionals, other service providers and members of the general public.
Resources contained in our library include books, journals and magazines, DVDs and CD's. Topics covered in the library collection include behaviour, residential care, dementia design, activities, reminiscing, carer stories and books for children.
Find out what's happening, new services, recommended reading, new books and more. Library News is brought to you by Dementia Australia NSW Library & Information Service.
A suite of themed resources called “Looking out for Dementia” has been developed to inform Indigenous people living in remote communities of Northern Territory about dementia
The resources have been developed in English and three Indigenous languages; Djambarrapuyngu, Warlpiri and Kriol.
The Lowitja Institute is Australia’s national institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research. It is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation working for the health and wellbeing of Australia’s First Peoples through high impact quality research, knowledge translation, and by supporting a new generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health researchers.
The Lowitja Institute has been named in honour of our Patron, Dr Lowitja O’Donoghue AC CBE DSG.
NPS MedicineWise (NPS)
NPS have created a valuable resource which discusses dementia and medicine.
What started as a small community event in 2004, now brings together tens of thousands of people each year and is one of Dementia Australia’s biggest fundraising campaigns.