Tag: Dementia Australia

2022 Future of Ageing Awards shortlist revealed, St Vincent’s secures 3 nominations

The shortlist for the 2022 Future of Ageing Awards has been announced, with both Dementia Australia and St Vincent's Care Services securing...
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Video: Exploring Dementia with First Nations communities

Both Enabling EDIE™  and Exploring Dementia were awarded runner-up in the 2020 and 2021 Future of Ageing Awards respectively.

Prepare for Dementia Action Week: Free toolkit for organising your event

Dementia Action Week will be held from Monday 19 September to Sunday 25 September. A free events toolkit to enable community groups, workplaces...

Calls for dementia education to be part of workforce discussion

Dementia Australia today reiterated the need for regular dementia education for aged care workers, as recommended in the Final Report of the...

Ask Annie training app releases body language module to help workers

Dementia Australia has launched the latest module in the Ask Annie app, ahead of Aged Care Employee Day on Sunday, August 7....
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Australian filmmaker Nia Pericles on why she supported the development of Ask Annie

Australian Filmmaker Nia Pericles provided family videos to use in the development of Ask Annie – a Dementia Australia mobile app supported...
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Updated: Ask Annie app with dementia micro-lessons to support care workers

Ask Annie won the Business Technology category in the 2022 Future of Ageing Awards. Updated: 8th April 2022: Ask...

Sustained funding needed to ensure quality care for people living with dementia

Dementia Australia is calling for support of three crucial initiatives to build on existing measures designed to deliver quality care and inclusion...

Race Against Dementia funds new Australian research

Racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart OBE’s Race Against Dementia charity and the Dementia Australia Research Foundation has announced this year’s recipient of...

New report reveals staggering future cost of Alzheimer’s disease and impact on aged care

A new report from the University of Canberra’s National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling (NATSEM) reveals the staggering future economic cost...

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