The goal of this collection of resources is to support those who wish to improve environments for people with dementia. The resources introduce the reader to a systematic way of looking at the built environment and provide a number of tools that guide the user to an understanding of what needs to be changed, and how the change might be accomplished.
Dementia Friends key messages available for download - answering all the questions
- What is the Dementia Friends Program?
- What is a Dementia Friend?
- Why the need for a Dementia Friends program?
- How do people become a Dementia Friend?
Dementia Australia's Dementia Friends brochure for download
This page from the US Alzheimer’s Association provides resources to help you learn about Alzheimer’s disease and understand how it affects you. It’s important to know that you are not alone. Alzheimer’s changes the lives of everyone it touches.
When a friend or family member has Alzheimer’s disease, you may feel upset, confused or scared. Alzheimer’s can be puzzling because a person who has it often doesn’t look sick.
Tango Project provides a way for LGTBI elders to have their stories documented by an Independent Third Party. Participant identity is protected and information that promote empowerment is available. This project continues until December 2018.;
Pulse of my Heart, or ‘A chuisle mo chroi’, is an Irish Gaelic expression meaning ‘my darling, my love’. It involves an annual film documenting the importance of love in the life of Edie Mayhew and her partner Anne Tudor. Edie was diagnosed with younger onset dementia in 2015.
Intersex Human Rights Australia is an independent support, education and policy development organisation, by and for people with intersex variations or traits. Our work focuses on human rights, bodily autonomy and self-determination, and on evidence-based, patient-directed healthcare.
Until March 2018, we were known as OII Australia (or, in full, Organisation Intersex International Australia). We are currently in the process of updating our registrations to match our new name.
The Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (AIS) Support Group Australia Inc. (A0041398U) is a peer support, information and advocacy group for people affected by AIS and/or related intersex variations and variations of sex characteristics, and their families. (Note that intersex is also known as a Disorder of Sex Development or DSD). We support members (both in Australia and overseas) that have any grade of Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome, and support any issues relevant to living with AIS.