This Dementia Talks on The Final Years is for carers, family members and health professionals supporting people with dementia and their families and whānau.
Supporting someone with a diagnosis of dementia is not a journey you have to take alone.
With guidance and support, you can find renewed strength to look after yourself and the person you care for, learn new strategies and create a more positive and hopeful way forward.
Book now to secure your spot at one of our Emotional Journey Carer Wellbeing courses
Our latest edition of Mind Matters is out now. We focus on celebrating our successes and partnerships in this issue and we can’t wait to share it with you.
This Dementia Talks will empower both carers and people living with dementia with how to live their best life with a diagnosis of dementia.
Check out our latest edition of our quarterly newsletter featuring our March campaign Steps for Dementia to tie in with Brain Awareness Month, some wonderful carer stories, features on our amazing Living Well Groups and find out what steps you can take to boost your own brain health.
Register for our Masterclass sessions today! What is Frontotemporal Dementia Friday 30th April.
Welcome to the 30th Edition of our newsletter, Our Mind Matters. Check out carer stories, advice on voting with dementia and the importance of creating an EPA (Enduring Power of Attorney). We provide updates and talk about our World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month campaign.
Loneliness is a feeling we hear about from many carers supporting a person with dementia. Close friends you’ve had for years that have been there through ups and downs don’t know what to say, don’t know how to engage with the person who has dementia so they tend to keep their distance.
“We are thankful to be in a villa in a Retirement Village during this lockdown period”.
John Campbell described Raewyn’s story as a beautiful and lovely piece of writing worthy of sharing with the Breakfast audience, so we wanted to share it with you too. We are proud to have Raewyn as a part of our dementia carer community, what a true heroine.