Alzheimer’s Australia Help Sheets provide advice, common sense approaches and practical strategies on the issues most commonly raised about dementia. Access them as PDF files which you can read, download, and print.
Alzheimer’s Australia has developed dementia language guidelines to promote the consistent use of appropriate, inclusive and nonstigmatising language when talking about dementia and people with dementia.
The Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing is a Victorian based organisation that primarily supports the aged care sector address the needs of elderly people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. You will find some excellent resources here.
This resource developed by Dementia Collaborative Research Centre for Carers and Consumers is designed to help you in your decision-making about respite by providing you with information from the carer’s perspective.
Alzheimer’s Australia has developed a guide which provides practical information about services to support care partners at different stages on the dementia pathway. The guide is designed to help you find out about services when they are needed, and to help you with future planning.
This is a campaign run by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care and is a commitment to high quality care for people with cognitive impairment in hospital, including the prevention, recognition and treatment of delirium.