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An initiative of the City of Yarra, the Yarra Dementia Alliance was formed in 2020 with three key objectives in mind. To increase and improve the following: 1.
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.
The Treehouse is a program that supports people who are living at home with any stage of dementia, or other conditions that may impact on their quality of life.
Please contact John Wauchope who is based in Gisborne if you are interested in contributing to making Macedon Ranges a dementia-friendly community.
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.
Heathcote Dementia Alliance is an incorporated, not for profit, registered charity with deductible gift recipient status.
Manningham City Council: 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.
The Bacchus Marsh Dementia Alliance comprises people with dementia, carers, local organisations including Moorabool Shire Council, Djerriwarrh Health Services, medical centres, police and community members.
The Manningham Local Dementia Alliance Group informs and guides the inclusive Manningham: a dementia friendly city project: through the development, implementation and monitoring of a local action plan.
Bigger Hearts Ballarat is a coalition of people living with dementia, family carers, local businesses, health professionals, organisations and other committed individuals striving to improve the quality of life of people with dementia and their fa