Dementia Australia ACT offers a range of services for people living with dementia or those concerned about increasing lapses of memory.
- Help Sheets
- Support Groups
- Dementia Helpline
- Living with memory loss (LWML)
- Dementia links
- Dementia Advocacy and Support Network International (DASN)
- Respite links
There is a range of topics covered in Help Sheets written for you, the person living with dementia. See Help Sheets & Update Sheets for more information.
Ongoing support groups offer a safe environment where you can discuss the issues that you face day to day. Groups usually meet either weekly or monthly.
When all you need is a voice on the other end of the phone please call the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500.
A referral is not required for you to access Dementia Australia ACT or any services. If we cannot met your needs you may be referred to another more appropriate service provider.
Our library has an ever-growing range of books and videos for use by any financial member. Books include those written by people with dementia as well as those written by carers.
Newsletters are a way to keep up with what is happening for you at Dementia Australia ACT, we endeavour to keep you informed of latest research as well as any seminars that may be of interest.
These education groups are specifically designed for people in the early stages of dementia together with a family member or friend.
If you would like further information please contact us on (02) 6255 0722.
Dementia Australia ACT has a group of volunteers who assist us in many ways.
Provides relevant and meaningful social support groups for people diagnosed with early stage dementia. These activities are tailored to the needs, abilities and wishes of the participants.
A worldwide not for profit organisation run by and for those diagnosed with dementia. Visit their website at: http://www.dasninternational.org
Respite Links is a service Dementia Australia ACT provides for family carers of people diagnosed with dementia. This service is essentially for family carers who find it particularly difficult to access mainstream respite services due to the changed behaviour of the person diagnosed with dementia.
The organisation provides a forum for the exchange of information via a web site and email. Dementia Australia ACT is the peak body representing the interests of people affected by dementia in the ACT. To find out more, contact us or call the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500.