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Iona is an independent Catholic College for young men within the Archdiocese of Brisbane.
The Narrabri Dementia Friendly Community Committee is made up of committee, carers, business and service providers who have been meeting regularly since 2016.
The Adelaide Hills dementia carers support group is a self-organizing cluster of people with current or previous (‘after-carers’) experience as dementia carers, who
We want to contribute to making Onkaparinga region a dementia-friendly community through the development of the (ODFASA).
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We are an online Aussie support group, for those living with Lewy Body Dementia, or for those who care for someone with LBD.
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Please contact Deidre Henderson if you are interested in contributing to making Victor Harbor a dementia-friendly community.
Please contact Lee Prestwood if you are interested in contributing to making Murray Bridge a dementia-friendly community.
The Dougherty Community Centre (DCC) is Willoughby City Council’s largest Community Centre. The Centre has three operations areas: Venue Services, At Home with Willoughby Aged Services and Food Services. Blend Community Café is part of Food Serv
The Indigo Community Dementia Alliance was formed in January 2021 to continue the work that began in 2014 with the Beechworth dementia-friendly community project.
Founded in July 2016, DAAT aims to raise international awareness about dementia, to advocate collaboratively for people living with dementia, care partners and families, and to reduce stigma and s
Northern Beaches Council is a Local Government area stretching from Palm Beach to Manly with a population of more than 266,000 (ABS 2016).