Tag: Dementia Australia

Supporting people with dementia and their carers at end of life: The Nightingale Program

This article is part of our showcase of the 2020 Future of Ageing Awards. Dementia Australia's Nightingale Program was awarded highly-commended in the...

‘Talk with Ted’ to improve dementia care and communication

Talk with Ted won the Dementia Care category in the 2022 Future of Ageing Awards. An artificial intelligence avatar...

Are we a caring community? ‘Reduce the stigma and social isolation of dementia’: Professor...

It came on slowly, with simple signs such as forgetting something, becoming overwhelmed easily, or repeating herself. But as...

Calls for dementia prevention strategy before one million Australians develop the disease

Medical and health experts have called for an eight-step campaign to reduce Australia’s national dementia risk, warning that one million Australians are...

Enabling EDIE workshops offer a window to understanding dementia

This article is part of our showcase of the 2020 Future of Ageing Awards. Dementia Australia's Enabling EDIE™ workshop was awarded highly-commended in...

Aged Care Enrichment Podcast Season 02 | Ep. 01 – Available Tuesday 26th Jan...

The Aged Care Enrichment Podcast is back with Season 2 on Tuesday 26th January and kicking off the season with a bang,...

Neil Samuel recognised as first recipient of a Dementia Australia Honour

Neil Samuel has been recognised as the first recipient of a Dementia Australia Honour, a new award acknowledging those who have made...

Professor Amy Brodtmann joins Dementia Australia as an Honorary Medical Advisor

Dementia Australia CEO Maree McCabe officially welcomed Prof Brodtmann to the position, saying she has long been involved in Dementia Australia, and...

SwanCare, St Vincent’s Care Services and UQ among the winners of this year’s Future...

The winners of 2020 Future of Ageing awards have been announced today, recognising the work being carried out by aged care providers,...

Dementia help sheets to navigate COVID-19 now available in 38 languages

In response to the pandemic, Dementia Australia has today released four Help Sheets that are available in 38-languages. The...

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