Translated Help Sheets in pdf format. Advice, common sense tips and strategies on the most common issues.
Caring for someone with dementia
Looking after families & carers
Changed behaviours and dementia
About You - Information for People with Dementia
What is Dementia? (PDF)
Diagnosing Dementia (PDF)
Alzheimer's Disease (PDF)
Early Planning (PDF)
Vascular Dementia (PDF)
Safety Issues (PDF)
Working with Doctors (PDF)
Taking a break (PDF)
Changed Behaviours (PDF)
Problem Solving (PDF)
About You - What is Dementia? (PDF)
About You - Early Planning (PDF)
About You - Looking after yourself (PDF)
About You - Driving (PDF)
About You - Feelings and adjusting to change (PDF)
About You - Keeping involved and active (PDF)
About You - Talking about the diagnosis (PDF)
About You - Talking with your Doctor (PDF)
If you need more information or would like advice on other issues, please call the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500.
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.