Explore your community

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

 

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Manjimup , WA
Local government

 

The Shire of Manjimup has developed an Access and Inclusion Plan and created an Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee. 

Booragoon, WA
Local government

 

The City of Melville is committed to supporting our community to live well with dementia, as well as supporting measures to prevent its onset.

Kingsley, WA

Alliance / Network

Established in 2017, the Network has been shaped by a core group of carers to facilitate:

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Alliance

We work with people with lived experience of dementia, their carers and family to raise awareness about dementia and reduce stigma within the community.

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Alliance

A group of people working towards making Swan Valley dementia-friendly.

We are currently in the development stage with discussions between Swan Valley Memory Café and City of Swan.

Green Head, WA

Alliance

The Green Head Community Alliance are working with the local shire and community care providers to form an Alliance to work towards being a safe and dementia friendly community.

Swan Valley, WA

Cafe

Bringing people together for social support and connection.

Visit the Facebook page for more information. 

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Cafe/s

We have various cafes located across WA. Please visit the website for more information. 

Armadale, WA
Museum

 

Armadale History House Museum has a number of exhibitions that tell the story of the people and events that have shaped the history of the City of Armadale from before the arrival of European settlers in 1830 to today.

Perth, WA
Health services

 

EHMS comprises an extensive hospital and health service network and is taking action to make the environment more dementia-friendly.

Mandurah, WA

Reflecting with Art is a program of informal art appreciation and creative workshop sessions tailored for people living with dementia and their companion.