Includes position papers, discussion papers and international speaker presentations on a variety of topics.
Paper Number 30
Modelling the impact of interventions to delay the onset of dementia in Australia
Paper Number 29
Targeting Brain, Body and Heart for cognitive health and dementia prevention
Paper Number 28
Exploring Dementia and Stigma Beliefs
Paper Number 27
Alzheimers Organisations as Agents of Change
Paper Number 26
Evaluation of NHMRC Data on the Funding of Dementia Research in Australia
Paper Number 25
National Strategies to Address Dementia
Paper Number 24
Timely Diagnosis of Dementia: Can we do better?
Paper Number 23 Part 2
(Prof Colleen Cartwright can be contacted on: ASLaRC Aged Services Unit, Southern Cross University, or by visiting http://aslarc.scu.edu.au)
Planning for the End of Life for People with Dementia Part 2
Paper Number 23 Part 1
Planning for the End of Life for People with Dementia Part 1
Paper Number 22 (September 2010)
Consumer involvement in dementia research: Alzheimer’s Australia’s Consumer Dementia Research Network
Media release - Australians affected by dementia to drive priorities in dementia services and research
Paper Number 21 (August 2010)
Towards a National dementia preventative health strategy - Full report
Media Release - Invest in preventative health to combat dementia epidemic
Paper Number 20 (June 2010)
Ethical issues and decision-making in dementia care
Paper Number 19 (June 2010)
Dementia: evolution or revolution
Paper Number 18 (September 2009)
Dementia: Facing the Epidemic - presentation by Professor Constantine Lyketsos at the National Press Club, Canberra
Paper Number 17 (June 2009)
Respite care for people living with dementia: "It's more than just a short break"
Letter to Justine Elliot MP, Minister for Ageing
Paper Number 16 (June 2008)
Australian Dementia Research: current status, future directions?
Paper Number 15 (November 2009)
Dementia: Lesbians and Gay Men
Paper Number 14 (September 2008)
Dementia risk reduction: What do Australians know?
Paper Number 13 (September 2007)
Dementia risk reduction : The evidence
Paper Number 12 (August 2007)
Dementia: A major problem for indigenous people
Paper Number 11 (May 2007)
Consumer-Directed Care: A way to empower consumers?
Paper Number 10 (March 2007)
Early diagnosis of dementia
Paper Number 9 (September 2006)
100 Years of Alzheimer's Disease
Paper Number 8 (May 2006)
Decision making in advance
Paper Number 7 (February 2006)
Palliative care and dementia - Cover
Palliative care and dementia - Discussion paper
Paper Number 6 (August 2005)
Dementia : Can it be prevented?
This paper has been superseded by Paper No. 13 - Dementia risk reduction : The evidence.
Paper Number 5 (April 2005)
Legal planning and dementia
Paper Number 4 (June 2009)
Dementia friendly language
Paper Number 3 (June 2004)
Dementia care and the built environment
Paper Number 2 (February 2003)
Quality Dementia Care
Paper Number 1 (September 2001)
Dementia : A major health problem for Australia
Feeling forgetful or confused? Finding out what is wrong is the first step to getting help
Information about the early signs and symptoms of dementia
Information, services and support that you can access through Alzheimer’s Australia.
Information and support for family members and carers of people living with dementia.
Your help and support is vital to Alzheimer's Australia.
Join the fight and support the campaign
Courses and workshops for people with dementia, families, carers, service providers and care workers
National and local events available for families, carers, people with dementia and the general public.
Alzheimer's Australia was originally established by family carers of people with dementia
Alzheimer's Australia administers leading edge national dementia programs and services
Alzheimer’s Australia is committed to contributing towards Australian dementia research.
A number of documents which produce estimates of the current and future impact of dementia.