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


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Edge Hill, QLD
Bowls Club

A passionate group of members of Edge Hill Memorial Bowls Club including our dementia advocate, George Burnett, started to make Edge Hill Bowls Club dementia friendly in 2020.


Our mission is to support understanding, provide support and inclusiveness in our community for those living with dementia, their families and supporters.We strive to bring the community together to help those living with dementia to go out into t

Runcorn, QLD

The Memory Lounge is a unique lounge area in our Reading Room which provides a comfortable and welcoming space for everyone, including furnishings selected to create a dementia-friendly environment.  Visitors are welcome to relax and browse throug

South Brisbane, QLD

This free program for people living with dementia and their caregiver includes viewing of specially selected artworks accompanied by a hands-on tactile and sensory-based art making activity.

Maldon, VIC

The Tarrangower Dementia Alliance's purpose is to raise awareness of dementia in the Tarrangower community and to work toward creating a community that is more dementia-friendly and inclusive of people living with dementia and their carers.

Buderim, QLD
Public Swimming Pool

Our vision for being a dementia friendly business is that we want people in our community living with dementia to feel welcomed and feel like they can come here to our pool and swim and have a good time with as much ease as possible and to know th