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The Western Sydney Dementia Alliance is a group working towards creating Western Sydney as a dementia friendly community.
St George & Sutherland Dementia Alliance was formed as a result of Dementia Friendly Communities project funding to 3Bridges Community in 2018.
The group aims to encourage and support organisations, businesses, community groups and individuals to make practical changes that will have a positive impact on people living with dementia and their carers.
Canterbury Bankstown Dementia Alliance is a Council-led initiative to support the development of a dementia-friendly community in Canterbury-Bankstown.
We are a community of like-minded people living and working in the local Hastings area working towards creating a dementia-friendly community.
The Narrabri Dementia Friendly Community Committee is made up of carers, business and service providers who have been meeting regularly since 2016 to create a dementia-friendly community.
DCC provides inclusive, accessible facilities and responsive activities and services that enhance and sustain community wellbeing, address social isolation and improve quality of life for our community.
By becoming a dementia-friendly organisation, the Northern Beaches Council fulfills several strategic goals of an inclusive, healthy, safe and socially connected community.
UWMH have a targeted approach to the co-ordination of dementia services in our community.
Our aim is to let people living with dementia and their carers, know that Woollahra Libraries is a place that welcomes them.
Finley Dementia Alliance aims to reduce stigma by raising dementia awareness in the community and schools.
If you lie in the area and would like to get involved, please contact us.
Our weekly DCaf social café programme has provided an opportunity for people living with dementia and their family and/or carers to socialise, relax and discover ways to live well with dementia.