Dementia-friendly communities in action

Dementia Australia is working on a number of pilot dementia-friendly community projects

More information about each pilot can be found below.

Please send your story and accompanying photo to dementiafriendly@dementia.org.au 

Around Australia

Our First Steps booklet contains some examples of dementia-friendly communities from around Australia.


 

'She Wears My Ring' - A Carer Story by Imelda Gilmore

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Kyneton District Health recently named a ‘Dementia Friendly Organisation’

Kyneton District Health was recently named a ‘Dementia Friendly Organisation’ and the lovely ladies at the Treehouse couldn’t be happier!

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A thank-you to the good people of Ballarat

PHOTO: GRATEFUL: Anne Tudor, pictured with Edie Mayhew, says Ballarat is well on its way to becoming a dementia-friendly city.

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Tweed Regional Museum Working Towards Becoming Dementia Friendly

Photo from left to right: Pam Sligo, Dementia Australia volunteer; Graeme and Wendy  Hodgkinson, Keith Heckenberg and Pamela Payne, Dementia Action Group Members, Judy Kean, Tweed Regional Museum Director.

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LGBTI and Dementia Information Session in Brunswick Heads

We hope you will join us at our upcoming LGBTI and Dementia information session on Tuesday 16th of October at 5:45pm in Brunswick Heads.

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Port Macquarie Museum embraces steps towards becoming dementia-friendly

PHOTO: Kara Nicholson presents Clive Smith with the Port Macquarie Museum's Working Towards Dementia Friendly certificate.

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