Our library provides access to dementia related information for people living with dementia.
Anyone is welcome to visit and browse the library.
Call us or come in and chat about becoming a member to borrow from the library collection.
Dementia Australia libraries combined have a collection of over 14,000 resources related to dementia. Items held in the collection in Victoria as well as other states and territories can be accessed via the Online library catalogue.
The collections span books and DVDs as well as industry journals such as the Australian Journal of Dementia Care. We provide information in a variety of formats, covering a wide range of topics in age/cultural appropriate language.
The Dementia Resources blog is updated every 3- 4 weeks, is topic based and covers a range of resources.
Recent topics have included Dementia and fiction , Frontotemporal dementia, Dementia and spirituality and Montessori activities and dementia.
You can sign up for updates and whenever we post on a new topic you will automatically receive an email.
- Recommended resources PDF
- Fiction with dementia theme PDF
- Spirituality and dementia PDF
- Picture books about dementia for young readers PDF
- Frontotemporal dementia PDF
- Lewy body disease PDF
- Engagement and activities PDF
- Intellectual disabilities /Down Syndrome and dementia PDF
You can find us at 2 locations. 100 Riversdale Rd, Hawthorn and 55 Oak St, Parkville.
Library opening hours are 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
Popup libraries are now attending select Memory Lane Cafes. Contact the library or your Memory Lane Cafe coordinator for further details.
If you are looking for items to provide engagement, stimulation and relaxation for people living with dementia you might wish to explore the Brotherhood of St Laurence Dementia Resources Library.
For more information contact us on 03 9815 7800 or email email@example.com or ring the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500.