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Laying the foundations for a dementia-friendly Australia

By on Thursday, March 27, 2014

A British dementia expert has arrived in Australia to discuss how to make our communities more accessible to people living with dementia.

The UK Innovations in Dementia co-director Rachael Litherland kick-started the Dementia-Friendly Communities - Involving People with Dementia tour in Brisbane on Monday, sharing experiences from her role developing the Living with Dementia program for the UK Alzheimer’s Society and her current work promoting community interest.

Why are Aboriginal Australians more likely to get dementia?

By on Wednesday, March 19, 2014

The preliminary results of an ongoing study into the ageing of Aboriginal Australians found that dementia is three times more likely to effect the indigenous population.

The Koori Growing Old Well (KGOW) study is now looking at what causes these high rates of dementia in older Aboriginal Australians.

An ageing aged care workforce

By on Monday, March 17, 2014

The aged care sector will band together at a national conference this month to discuss what can be done to meet the increasing demands of our ageing population.

The Aged Care Workforce Strategy 2024 is the first event hosted by leading industry voice, Aged Care Insite magazine.

Private home care takes pressure off

By on Monday, February 24, 2014

When Maureen Mahoney’s mother-in-law started showing the early signs of dementia, she began weighing up her residential care options.

It wasn’t until she stumbled across an advertisement in the local paper that Maureen discovered her mother-in-law did not have to leave her beloved home to get the care she needs.

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