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Dementia Awareness Month


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September is Dementia Awareness Month and this year’s theme Together we can… ensure no one faces dementia alone highlights the need for all Western Australians to reach out to people with dementia in their community to let them know they are not alone.

Dementia is second leading cause of death of Australians and the leading cause of death among Australian females. There are many ways you can become involved in Dementia Awareness Month to show your support.

Don’t face dementia alone

Alzheimer’s WA will be conducting a number of events and activities to highlight Dementia Awareness Month and World Alzheimer’s Day (September 21).

Events

Memory Cafés

  • 3 September: The Coffee Club, Innaloo, 2.30pm
  • 4 September: Tavolo Café, Belmont, 10.30am
  • 6 September: Avocados Café, Kelmscott, 10.00am
  • 10 September: The Hub of the Hills, Mundaring, 9.30am
  • 10 September: The Cola Café, Toodyay, 10.00am
  • 11 September: Kelly’s Café, Canning Vale, 10.00am
  • 16 September: Clipper Café, Rockingham, 10.00am
  • 24 September: Coffea Fine Espresso, Booragoon, 9.30am
  • 24 September: Edenvale Tea Rooms, Pinjarra, 11.00am
  • 26 September: The Store Café, Albany, 10.00am
  • 27 September: Grannies Home Kitchen, York, 10.00am
  • 27 September: Waldeck’s Lakeview Café, Kingsley, 10.00am (younger onset dementia)

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Resources

Download these new resources to use in your home or workplace to promote Dementia Awareness Month, or email us to have copies posted to you.

Booklets

Types of dementia sheets

To find out more about the services and support available in Western Australia call 1300 66 77 88.

Posters

Email Signatures

Social media graphics

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