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Ara Irititja means ‘stories from a long time ago’ in the language of Anangu (Ngaanyatjarra, Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara people) of Central Australia.
المقدرات والموارد أهلاً بكم في مؤسسة ألزهيمرز أوستراليا تتضمن المقدرات المُدرجة في هذه الصفحة مقترحات مفيدة وإجابات على بعض الأسئلة الشائعة حول الخرف. لطرح الأسئلة عن الخرف أو لطلب المساعدة، إتصل بخط المساعدة الوطني للخرف على 500 100 1800.
Աղբիւրներ Բարի եկաք Ալզայմըրզ Աւստրալիա Այս էջին վրայ գտնուող աղբիւրները կը պարունակեն խորհուրդ, օգտակար առաջարկներ, եւ պատասխաններ՝ մտագարութեան մասին որոշ հարցումներու: Մտագարութեան մասին հարցումներ հարցնելու կամ օգնութիւն խնդրելու համար հեռաձայնեցէք National Dementia Helpline 1800 100 500 թիւին:
Often simple aids or gadgets can assist someone with memory loss to manage better at home. These aids can be accessed through various sources including: Jaycar Electronics; Dick Smith; Tandy Electronics or Innovations. Sometimes it’s a good idea to try to 'think outside the square' and try places like Crazy Clarke’s or Dollars and Cents for solutions.
ܡܲܒܘ݂ܥܸ̈ܐ ܩܵܒܘ݂ܠܵܘܟ݂ܘܿܢ ܝ݂ܘܲܚ ܒܫܲܝܢܵܐ ܓܵܘ ܐܵܠܬܙܗܵܝܡܸܪ ܐܘܿܣܬܪܵܠܝܵܐ. ܡܲܒܘ݂ܥܸ̈ܐ ܕܥܲܠ ܐܵܗܵܐ ܦܵܬܵܐ ܒ݀ܚܒ݂ܵܫܵܐ ܝ̄ܢܵܐ ܡܲܪܬܝܵܢܘ݂ܬܵܐ، ܡܲܚܫܵܚܝܵܬܸ̈ܐ ܗܲܝ݀ܪ̈ܵܢܸܐ، ܘܦܘ݂ܢܵܝܸ̈ܐ ܩܵܐ ܚܲܕ̄ܟܡܵܐ (dementia ̄  ܒܘ݂ܩܵܪܸ̈ܐ ܥܝܵܕܵܝܸ̈ܐ ܒܘ݂ܬ ܕܵܝܘܵܢܘ݂ܬܵܐ (ܕܸܝܡܸܝܢܫܵܐ
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