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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.
Blooms The Chemist Forestville is a pharmacy that is recognised as 'working towards being dementia friendly'.
The Port Macquarie Museum is located at 22 Clarence Street, Port Macquarie.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Tweed Regional Museum is a Tweed Shire Council community facility, established in 2004, with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Tweed Shire Council and the Murwillumbah, Tweed Heads and Uki and South Arm Historical Societies.