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Community café toolkit

Community Café Toolkit

Your manual and tools for establishing a Café for people living with dementia.

Thank you for your interest in Community Café Toolkit: Your manual and tools for establishing a café for people living with dementia.

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Continence Foundation of Australia

The mission of the Continence Foundation of Australia is to represent the interests of Australians affected by, or at risk of, bladder and bowel control problems and act as an advocate for their interests.

The Continence Foundation of Australia exists to serve all Australians by promoting bladder and bowel health. This will be achieved by:

COTA National Seniors

COTA Australia is the peak national organisation representing the rights, needs and interests of older Australians. COTA Australia is the national policy and advocacy arm of the COTA Federation which comprises COTAs in each State and Territory. COTA Australia focuses on policy issues from the perspective of older people as citizens and consumers.


Cultura website

Each person's culture is as unique as their fingerprint.

Use our 'Cultura Care model' to assist you to provide culturally appropriate support and use our 'Cultures' section to enable you to better relate and communicate with individuals from different cultures.

A multitude of other cultural resources, tips and information are also available for you to explore.


Delirium Clinical Care Standard

The Delirium Clinical Care Standard provides guidance to consumers, clinicians and health services on delivering appropriate care to people at risk of, or with, delirium.

Delirium is an acute change in mental status that is common among older people in hospital. Characterised by a disturbance of consciousness, attention, cognition and perception that develops over a short period of time (usually hours to a few days), delirium is a serious condition and is associated with increased risk of harm.

Delivering health messages to newly arrived communities

A model of delivering health messages to newly arrived communities

An example, increasing dementia awareness through ethnic radio for newly arrived communities.

This model is based on the findings of the Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF) Project Memory loss: Disrupting daily life: A national dementia campaign which was a Dementia Community Support Grant Program funded through the Australian Government’s Dementia Initiative, 2009.