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Meets on the second Wednesday of the month
Venue is the Lillypilly room at the Corrimal Community Centre, Short Street , Corrimal NSW 2518.
Free choir for people living with dementia and their carers.
Meets weekly on Tuesdays at 10.30am at Seaforth Baptist Church (31 Frenchs Forest Road, Seaforth).
Our volunteers have dementia training.
Advisory Group consisting of people living with dementia and their carers, working alongside the Central Coast Dementia Alliance
- The Bathurst Dementia Alliance is committed to making Bathurst a Dementia Friendly Community.
- We are working to promote inclusion, reduce isolation and help connect people with dementia and th
The Inner West Dementia Friendly Community Alliance was formed in 2021. Members are from a range of government and non-government providers and community members with a lived experience of dementia that have come together to form the Alliance.
Our goal is to improve the quality of life of those living with dementia, their carers and family, so th
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.
The Nepean Dementia Alliance is a group working towar
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.
Bankstown Library & Knowledge Centre (BLaKC) Cafe is welcoming people experiencing memory changes to meet others, share stories, be heard, and learn about support services in Caterbury-Bankstown