PALZ (Professionals with Alzheimer's) is a support organisation established to ensure all those from a high-powered work environment, and with the early stages of Alzheimer's Disease, or similar, are able to maintain dignity and respect through active participation and interaction within a socially and intellectually stimulating environment.
This website will help you to plan ahead for your future. It is a practical and comprehensive resource for people across Australia just like you. It gives you the information you need to make decisions and helps you to put your decisions into action.
What is "planning ahead"? Planning ahead is thinking about your future, and putting things in place so that your choices will be known and acted on if you cannot express these choices yourself later in life.
The impact of dementia on the whole family. Chris Roberts and Jayne Goodrick (United Kingdom) presenting at the 27th Alzheimer Europe Conference "Care today, cure tomorrow" in Berlin, Germany 2-4 October 2017
This guide was developed by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services and is based on current research, knowledge and practical experience in building or renovating physical environments and providing high-quality, person-centred services. This guide will continue to develop as dementia care practice evolves with ongoing experience and research.
A Dementia Alliance International publication - Because members of Dementia Alliance International (DAI) have a unique perspective on conferences we decided to assemble responses from post-event informal email surveys of the past four years to see how people with dementia and care partners feel about the access, support, and enablement provided at professional meetings of Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) and other conferences or events.
This collection of case studies provides some insights into what it can be like to live with younger onset dementia.
This collection of very personal stories contains insights into what it can be like to live with younger onset dementia.