Services and programs in your area
Follow these links for information about services and programs offered by Dementia Australia in your area:
National services and programs
The National Dementia Helpline is a telephone information and support service.
Our help sheets provide advice, common sense and practical strategies on a range of commonly raised dementia topics.
Dementia Australia provides a counselling service for people with dementia, their families and friends.
Living With Dementia Series
Our Living With Dementia Series provides people in the early stages of dementia, along with their families and carers, with a program of information, advice and peer support to help them to come to terms with their condition and plan for the future.
Carer support groups
Our carer support groups provide an environment in which carers of people with dementia can discuss issues with other people in a similar situation.
Family carer education
Our highly skilled educators offer specialised dementia education, sessions, and programs for family members and carers of people living with dementia.
Public awareness activities
Throughout the year Dementia Australia delivers a range of seminars and other presentations to the community on memory loss and dementia-related subjects.
Dementia Alliance International (DAI) offer peer-to-peer support programs to people with dementia so that they can access small groups of people with a diagnosis of a dementia.
Dementia Advocates Program
The Dementia Advocates Program was developed to strengthen and elevate the voices of people with a lived experience of dementia across Australia. Dementia Australia and Dementia Advocates work together to raise awareness of dementia, to tackle stigma and discrimination, and to influence decision-makers in government and service providers. Anyone with a diagnosis of dementia, informal carers and former carers to people living with dementia can join the Dementia Advocates Program.