Explore your community

Find your local dementia alliance. See which organisations and businesses are making your community more inclusive.


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Boya, WA
Local government

Shire of Mundaring Libraries, comprised of the Albert Facey Library, Mundaring and Katharine Susannah Prichard Library, Boya is committed to providing a place that is welcoming to people living with dementia and their

Clarence Gardens, SA
Community services

St. Francis Anglican Church based in Clarence Gardens offers worship, community centre, play group and social connection

Wantirna South, VIC
Local government

The Knox Dementia Friendly Communities Program aims to build awareness, understanding and acceptance of dementia, so that people living with dementia (and their carers) can participate and remain active in the community.

Brisbane, QLD

Museum of Brisbane (MoB) brings our city's vibrant art, culture, and history to life through exhibitions, tours, workshops, talks and children's activities.

Tamworth, NSW

Tamworth Regional Library is a Branch of the Central Northern Regional Library that incorporates 15 libraries. We have a large cliental basis from all parts and walks of life.

Forestville, NSW

Blooms The Chemist Forestville is a pharmacy that is recognised as 'working towards being dementia friendly'.

Port Macquarie, NSW

The Port Macquarie Museum is located at 22 Clarence Street, Port Macquarie.

Port Macquarie, NSW
Real estate

Belle Property Port Macquarie opened in 2017 under the leadership of Principal, Sue Jogever, who is among the most well-known and respected agents in the greater Port Macquarie region.

Tailem Bend, SA
Community services

The Tailem Bend Community Centre (TBCC) is an independent organisation that supports the diverse needs of Tailem Bend and the surrounding communities.

Port Lincoln, SA
Women's clothing

Blue Illusion is a French inspired brand dedicated to the modern woman's pursuit of curated personal style.