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Author: martin.horne@alzheimerswa.org.au


Tips to help you live at home longer

New research from the Royal Commission into Aged Care has confirmed what many of us already knew. Most Australians want to live in their own homes for as long as possible, and receive care in their homes if that helps…
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Munda Biddi Meander – by Julie Cowperthwaite

Late last year Julie Cowperthwaite rode from Perth to Albany in support of Alzheimer’s WA. Read Julie’s story below. I recently lost both my parents and several aunts and uncles to Alzheimer’s disease, giving me reason to ride the Munda…
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Stay connected while distancing

Keeping up social connections is vital for maintaining wellbeing, now more than ever before. As we continue to practice social distancing and stay at home it is easy to feel disconnected and alone, and the damaging impact of social isolation…
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Benefits of occupational therapy

Occupational therapists are qualified health professionals who specialise in enabling people with injury or disability, including dementia, to continue participating in everyday life and to retain their existing abilities for as long as possible. What can an occupational therapist help…
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Maintaining connections in these uncertain times

In these uncertain and unprecedented times, and with so much attention on our physical health, it is easy to overlook our emotional and mental health. Right now, many people are experiencing increasingly high levels of stress and anxiety over current…
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