If you would prefer to talk to someone, call the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500 (available 9am to 5pm weekdays).
Help Sheets are available on this page as PDF files which you can read, download, and print.
Changed behaviours and dementia
Looking after families and carers
Caring for someone with dementia
Residential care and dementia
Information for people with dementia
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Lewy body disease
Younger onset dementia
Tips to assist social engagement
Notes and updates:
Dementia Q&A help sheet 23, "Souvenaid", has been updated (November 2015).
In the section "The environment and dementia", all help sheets have been removed for review (October 2015).
Dementia Q&A help sheet 05, "Risperidone for treatment of behavioural symptoms in dementia", has been updated (September 2015).
Dementia Q&A help sheet 17, "Brain donation", has been updated (September 2015).
In the Dementia Q&A help sheet section, we do not have a number 21 in the series.
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