Services and programs we provide

Services and programs in your area

Follow these links for information about services and programs offered by Dementia Australia in your area:

Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales 

Northern Territory 


South Australia



Western Australia

National services and programs


The National Dementia Helpline is a telephone information and support service.

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Help Sheets

Our help sheets provide advice, common sense and practical strategies on a range of commonly raised dementia topics.

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Dementia Australia provides a counselling service for people with dementia, their families and friends.

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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.

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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.

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Family carer education

Our highly skilled educators offer specialised dementia education, sessions, and programs for family members and carers of people living with dementia.

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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.

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Peer support

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.

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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.

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