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The Tarrangower Dementia Alliance's purpose is to raise awareness of dementia in the Tarrangower community and to work toward creating a community that is more dementia-friendly and inclusive of people living with dementia and their carers.
The Koo Wee Rup dementia alliance consists of local residents including people with dementia and carers, representatives from Koo Wee Rup Regional Health Service, Cardinia Shire Council Ageing Well team and members of the Cardinia Age Friendly All
The Heathcote Dementia Alliance is a sub-group of the broader Advance Heathcote Inc community group.
Our vision for being a dementia friendly business is that we want people in our community living with dementia to feel welcomed and feel like they can come here to our pool and swim and have a good time with as much ease as possible and to know th
Armadale History House Museum has a number of exhibitions that tell the story of the people and events that have shaped the history of the City of Armadale from before the arrival of European settlers in 1830 to today.
This singing group is held at the Maclean CWA Rooms on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month (excl. Public Holidays and NSW School Holidays).
This singing group is held at Clarence Valley Conservatorium each Tuesday from 10-11.30am (excl. Public Holidays and NSW School Holidays).
A group of community members including people living with dementia, people caring for those living with dementia, and others from concerned groups and organisations.
The Woollahra Dementia Alliance has been meeting since March 2019 to work towards creating a dementia-friendly Woollahra Local Government Area (and surrounds).
As a church, we have commenced running a Dementia and frail/elderly inclusive church service here at Mona Vale Anglican Church (1624 Pittwater Road, Mona Vale) at 10am on the 1st Thursday of each month.