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Resources

Welcome to Alzheimer's Australia.

The resources on this page contain advice, helpful suggestions, and answers to some common questions about dementia.

To ask questions about dementia or to ask for help, call the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500.  

If you need an interpreter to speak to the Dementia Helpline, call the Telephone Interpreting Service first on 131 450.


Help Sheets

V# b#nh lú l#n (about dementia)

B#nh lú l#n là gí? (what is dementia)

Ch#n doán b#nh sa sút trí tu# (diagnosing dementia)

Ho#ch d#nh t# s#m (early planning)

B#nh Alzheimer's (Alzheimer's disease)

B#nh sa sút trí tu# liên h# d#n huy#t m#ch (vascular dementia)

Hành vi cu x# thay d#i và b#nh sa sút trí tu# (changed behaviours and dementia)

Hành vi cu x# thay d#i (changed behaviours)

Gi#i quy#t v#n d# (problem solving)

Lo cho các gia dinh và nh#ng ngu#i cham sóc (looking after families and carers)

T#m ngh# x# hoi (taking a break)

C#m xúc (feelings)

Cham sóc cho ngu#i b# b#nh sa sút trí tu# (caring for someone with dementia)

V#n d# giao ti#p (communication)

Nh#ng v#n d# v# s# an toàn (safety issues)

Các sinh ho#t (activities)

Lái xe hoi (driving)

Sinh ho#t v#i bác si c#a quí v# (working with doctors)

Hông tin dành cho ngu#i b# b#nh sa sút trí tu# (information for people with dementia)

B#nh sa sút trí tu# là gì? (what is dementia)

L#p K# Ho#ch Tru#c (early planning)

Cham sóc cho chính mình (looking after yourself)

Lái xe (driving)

Nh#ng c#m xúc và vi#c thích nghi v#i s# thay d#i (feelings and adjusting to change)

Ti#p t#c tham gia và tích c#c ho#t d#ng (keeping involved and active)

Bàn lu#n v# qu# ch#n b#nh (talking about the diagnosis)

Th#o lu#n v#i bác si c#a quí v# (talking with your doctor)

How Alzheimer's Australia can help

Other resources

S# giúp d# thêm (worried about your memory)

Your Brain Matters

The Royal District Nursing Service has released an information book for Vietnamese speaking people


Download all files

Click here to download all of the Alzheimer's Australia PDF files listed on this page, in one zip file.


Call the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500 or call 131 450 for a Telephone Interpreting Service.