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Find your local dementia alliance. See which organisations and businesses are making your community more inclusive.
As a Dementia-Friendly organisation, staff at Queensland State Archives completed dementia awareness training.
Careship Coorong is a therapeutic farm for people living with dementia and other social care needs.
The Shire of Manjimup has developed an Access and Inclusion Plan and created an Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee.
DFT aims is to raise community awareness and understanding of dementia and work towards a more inclusive community.
The City of Melville is committed to supporting our community to live well with dementia, as well as supporting measures to prevent its onset.
UQ Healthy Living offers a range of wellness services to persons over age 50 in the community.
The UQ Art Museum sees itself as serving all Brisbane citizens and has taken great steps to ensure diversity and inclusion are part of the operating principles.
QAGOMA host visitors with dementia and ensure our staff receive education and training around dementia awareness. This is an ongoing commitment.
Iona College is educating staff and students about dementia. It is linked in with the Brisbane South East Dementia Alliance and its members, John Quinn and Glenys Petrie, who have fostered an ongoing relationship with the school.
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.
Bendigo Bank- Buderim have made some adjustments to our business practices, so that we can provide an enabling environment for people living with dementia and their carers.