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Certificate IV in Dementia Practice now recruiting
Our accredited course, now recruiting for March 2017, provides participants with unique opportunities to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to become a dementia champion in their own workplace.
The Dementia Guide, a friend to support people living with dementia and carers

The Dementia Guide, a comprehensive, free handbook and online guide released today by Alzheimer’s Australia Vic will offer invaluable information and support options for anyone who has been impacted by dementia.
Call for abstracts to

Alzheimer’s Australia’s national conference is calling for abstracts. Key dates: Abstract submission closes 18 April; 

Earlybird registration ends 18 July 2017
‘Bigger Hearts’ film released to call for locals to get behind a dementia-friendly Ballarat. A film was released by the Ballarat #BiggerHearts team has captured moving, warm and sometimes funny moments at a gathering between people living with dementia and our community.
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Enabling EDIE – virtual reality gets mobile

Register for our new virtual reality workshops – a comprehensive three hour session exploring the impact of a diagnosis through the eyes of a person living with dementia using VR simulated scenarios.
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Dementia library hits the road

Packed with dementia-related books, DVDs and audiobooks, our Hawthorn-based library service has expanded to include a permanent branch at our Oak Street site, plus a series of pop-ups held at various locations across the state.
Memory Walk & Jog - Mornington Peninsula

Where Point Nepean Park, Defence Road, Portsea
When Sunday 22 January 2017

The first 500 people to register will receive a FREE Memory Walk & Jog event T-shirt!
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Health effects of aspirin on dementia explored in Australia and US trial

A ground-breaking international clinical trial is testing whether daily low-dose aspirin can increase the number of years that older people live in good health, free from persistent physical and cognitive disability, including dementia.
New family information and support sessions for younger onset dementia

We are pleased to announce the extension of our popular program of family carer education and support sessions, to include a range of topics specific to younger onset dementia.
Our year in the 2015-16 Annual Report

Read all about our achievements and activities throughout the last financial year. 7,650 Victorians supported through counselling, 17,600 course participants – all in our role as advocates and supporting the 87,000 Victorians living with dementia, their families and carers. Read more here.
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Tel +61 3 9815 7800    W

National Dementia Helpline 1800 100 500
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