Help sheets

Help Sheets provide advice, common sense approaches and practical strategies on the issues most commonly raised about dementia.


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Help Sheets

Help Sheets are available on this page as PDF files which you can read, download, and print.

Table of contents:

About dementia

Changed behaviours and dementia

Looking after families and carers

Caring for someone with dementia

Residential care and dementia

Information for people with dementia

Environment

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

Lewy body disease

Younger onset dementia

Tips to assist social engagement

Dementia Q&A

Other information

Notes and updates

Bulk downloads


 

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About dementia

Changed behaviours and dementia

Looking after families and carers

Caring for someone with dementia

Information for people with dementia

Your Brain Matters

  • Your Brain Matters 02: 5 Simple Steps


Notes, and recent updates:

Removed (April 2018):
Dementia Q&A 05: Risperidone for treatment of behavioural symptoms in dementia

New (April 2018):
About dementia 02: Diagnosing dementia - Nepali
About dementia 07: Early planning - Nepali
Caring for someone 01: Communication - Nepali
Changed behaviours 01: Changed behaviours - Nepali
Looking after families and carers 01: Taking a break - Nepali



Help Sheet collections

Download all Help Sheets in all languages. This is a large zip file containing almost 400 PDF files. Updated 06 March 2018.

Download all Help Sheets which are available in English. This is a large zip file containing more than 130 PDF files. Updated 21 November 2017.

Click here to find Help Sheets which have been translated into your language. Each of these language-specific pages contains zip file collections of Help Sheets in that language.


Disclaimer and advice

Dementia Australia is responsible for the content of these Help Sheets. These publications provide a general summary only of the subject matter covered. People should seek professional advice about their specific case. Dementia Australia is not liable for any error or omission in these publications. 

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