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The NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research is the new hub of a $200m Govt initiative turning Australian research into reality.
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’s research enables the development of more effective exercise programs to improve the health of older adults who are at the risk of developing dementia.
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discusses preventive dementia research with here: . Tune in to tonight for more.
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Monica Cations Sep 24
Here's the protocol for our project funded by and , hosted by . We're using dynamic implementation strategies to reduce the gap between clinical practice and guidelines for care. Exciting!
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Dementia Australia Sep 20
To mark World Alzheimer's Day has released the World Alzheimer Report 2018: The State of the art of research: New frontiers incl. the outcomes of interviews with 21 of the leading lights in research
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Kylie Radford Sep 20
JOIN US IN SYDNEY 25/9: Towards an Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Dementia Research Roadmap. Consultation, open to all interested community members, people living with dementia & their families, health & aged care service providers, researchers.
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CDPC Sep 20
On hear from our Director Professor Susan Kurrle and dementia advocate Elaine Todd about how we are improving care for people with . Full video here
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ADI Aug 30
someone develops . It only takes 3 seconds to share this campaign video
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Janice Besch Sep 20
Thank you You are a powerful example of the third sector doing what it does best! The World Alzheimer Report 2018 highlights an urgent need for increased and sustainable funding for dementia research
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Dementia Australia Sep 19
Dementia Australia Ambassadors Amy Jackson from Melbourne City FC, W-League and Nicola Stevens from the Carlton Football Club AFLW at today’s Awareness Month event in Canberra.
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Dementia Australia Sep 19
Speaking at our event in Canberra today, Dementia Advocates Dawn & Glyn McKay said that they welcomed a diagnosis of dementia as it allowed them to plan early & make life changing decisions, & are grateful for the support they have received from Dementia Australia.
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Dementia Australia Sep 19
“Say hello, be inclusive and recognise a person’s individuality - 3 things that make a person with feel included.” Verity Jausnik, Dementia Advocate speaking at our Small actions Big Difference Roadshow event in Canberra today.
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Dementia Australia Sep 19
Dementia Advocate Nicola Stevens, Carlton FC AFLW, speaking at our Awareness Month event in Canberra today. “If Mum feels comfortable & safe at the supermarket & is given a hand picking fruit & veg, & help with money, then it makes her happier and us.”
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Dementia Australia Sep 19
The panel at today’s Small actions Big difference Roadshow event in Canberra. “We need to make people with feel that they are still part of our communities and make sure that they are supported to live well in our communities.”
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Dementia Institute Sep 19
Dawn and Glen enjoy life as it is, Amy Explains that it was hard for her family to understand and find help, and Nicola says her family didn’t know of early onset dementia. All welcome Dementia Australia’s support
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Dementia Institute Sep 19
Kaarin Anstey tells our Canberra Dementia Awareness Month audience that we now know Dementia risk reduction is possible and important
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Dementia Institute Sep 19
Dementia is not discerning - we are all vulnerable says Peter Gill at Canberra’s Dementia Awareness Month event.
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Sue Pieters-Hawke Sep 17
Check out becoming a ‘dementia friend’. Takes a few mins online at Dispel some myths and help restore respect , dignity and full human rights to people living w dementia.
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Dr Genevieve Steiner Sep 18
Interested in diet, dementia, and healthy brain ageing? Tune into at 9.25am this morning to hear me talking about
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Dr Genevieve Steiner Sep 18
Don't miss me on this morning talking about the link between our food and our brain
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Ken Wyatt MP Sep 15
We are committed to providing older Australians with aged care that supports their dignity, safety and security. If you want information on the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, call 1800 550 552.
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