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Find your local dementia alliance. See which organisations and businesses are making your community more inclusive.
Exercise disguised as dance with both standing and seated fun, unique movements and old time music classics across the 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s and current. All classes are dementia-friendly.
We are determined to improve the social and physical amenity of Ballina Shire to enable people living with dementia and their carers to fully participate in the daily life of the community.
A completely free and inclusive social fitness program for all ages and abilities.
This is a gentle exercise program that uses multiple sports skills training as a tool to engage community members.
Finley Community Cafe is a regular get together of people living with dementia and their supporters to develop social connections, build understanding and create awareness - all are welcome.
A support group for those caring for someone with dementia - whether they are living at home or in an aged care facility.
Westfield Tuggerah is a shopping centre located at Tuggerah on the Central Coast of New South Wales who are working towards becoming dementia-friendly.
Neuropsychiatry Service for the Hunter New England Local Health District providing treatment and rehabilitation services for patients with a behavioural, psychiatric and/or cognitive disturbances due to brain damage or disease.
Good Life Chorus is a community singing group for adults of all ages and abilities, rehearsing on Wednesdays at West Ryde Community Centre Hall in the northern districts of Sydney, NSW, Australia.
EHMS comprises an extensive hospital and health service network and is taking action to make the environment more dementia-friendly.
We have embedded dementia-friendly actions within our 2020-22 action plan and applying a dementia-friendly lens to decision-making.
The MCCI represents the interests of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in the Illawarra region. We have taken actions to make our services more dementia-friendly in order to better serve community.
At Logan Art Gallery offers monthly discussion-based tours of works of art for people with dementia and their carers.