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Who is EDIE?
Meet EDIE... our newly developed smartphone app, designed to increase empathy and understanding among carers by giving them an insight into the sensory experience of someone with dementia.
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Dementia Awareness Month is a hit!

Throughout September we hosted a range of fun and informative events state-wide raising awareness to let people living with dementia know they are not alone. A huge thank you to everyone involved.
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Memory Walk & Jog in Geelong

More than 1,000 people of all ages and fitness levels turned out to support Alzheimer’s Australia Vic earlier this month as our Memory Walk & Jog event returned to Geelong.
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Public Lecture with Dr Ron Petersen

International dementia expert Dr Ron Petersen of the Mayo Clinic, USA presented to a full house sharing world-leading insights at our signature lecture as part of Dementia Awarness Month 2016.
 
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Annual General Meeting

Are you thinking about joining us for our 2017 Annual General Meeting? If so, please make sure you mark 29 November in your diary and watch this space for further information.
 
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Mornington Peninsula Memory Walk & Jog - SAVE THE DATE!

After our hugely successful event earlier this year, Memory Walk & Jog will return to the Mornington Peninsula on 22 January 2017. Stay tuned for further details!
 
 
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Dementia practice masterclass

Aged care, community care and disability professionals! Discover how you can transform your model of dementia practice and culture of care during a masterclass facilitated by respected international educator Dr Al Power.

 
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Bigger Hearts

Ballarat is one step closer to becoming a dementia-friendly city following the launch of the Bigger Hearts initiative. The aim is to encourage local organisations and individuals to consider how they could become more dementia-friendly.

 
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Event
Worried about your memory?
Where Hawthorn
When Wednesday 5 October 2016 from 12pm
Who Anyone in the general community who is concerned about memory changes
 
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2017 National Conference is coming

The 17th Biannual Alzheimer’s Australia National Conference is coming to Melbourne! We’re excited to be hosting the event between 17 and 20 October 2017. Make sure you save the date!
 
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Advance Care Planning event

This October, Health Issues Centre and the Department of Health and Human Services are running a four day arts and culture event in Melbourne to raise awareness around Advance Care Planning.
 
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Event
Exploring Montessori as a Service Model
Where Parkville
When Monday 17 October 2016 from 10am
Who Staff working with people living with dementia and their carers

 
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Help with dementia

Support for people impacted by dementia is available at helpwithdementia.org.au. 24-hour information, counselling via email or video, forums and videos featuring experts and carers.
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Dementia in my family

Children and teens impacted by a diagnosis of dementia in their family can now find age-appropriate information and support via our website, dementiainmyfamily.org.au.
 
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Younger onset dementia forum

Our Talk Dementia forum provides a place where younger people with dementia, their families, carers and friends can gather and share information, while connecting with others in similar situations.
 
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Give your brain a workout with Thinko!

Jam-packed with brain teasers, questions and challenges, a Thinko! games or trivia pack will provide all the tools you need to host an entertaining fundraising event in support of Alzheimer’s Australia Vic.
 
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Tel +61 3 9815 7800    W fightdementia.org.au/vic

National Dementia Helpline 1800 100 500
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