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Find your local dementia alliance. See which organisations and businesses are making your community more inclusive.
As a result of an outcome from the 2015 Inclusive Manningham: Dementia Friendly City Project, creating a dementia friendly city now sits as a strategic direction for Council.
Kyneton District Health, previously a small independent rural health service, is now part of the amalgamated Central Highlands Rural Health network. It provides a range of acute inpatient and day stay medical and surgical services.
Please contact John Wauchope who is based in Gisborne if you are interested in contributing to making Macedon Ranges a dementia-friendly community.
The Golden Wattle Cafe in Hobart is the first in Southern Tasmania dedicated to those living with dementia and their caregivers.
Dementia Friendly Tasmania Inc has run health expos, community dementia awareness and information sessions, and organized social events with their trishaw for people living with dementia and their families.
ODFA is a community-based alliance established following several community forums within the Onkaparinga.
The Stanthorpe Dementia Alliance has committed to a project to make Stanthorpe a Dementia-friendly community.
Our Vision is to create a dementia friendly inclusive community in Biloela.
The organisation vision for being dementia-friendly is to become a community hub that welcomes and accepts people with dementia and their family/friends/carers.