Blog index

We’ve listed every post we’ve ever done on the blog here – by topic.

A dementia-friendly Christmas

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and dementia

Animal assisted therapy for people with dementia

Brain health

Building design for dementia

Carer and family-focused resources

Child representational therapy

Creating a dementia-friendly nation

Culturally and linguistically diverse communities

Dance and dementia 

Dementia information sites, social media and apps from Alzheimer’s Australia

Dementia-friendly home and assisted living design

Dementia-friendly communities: Communicating and socialising with a person with dementia

Dementia resources for young people

Doll therapy

Down syndrome and learning disabilities

Driving and dementia

Driving and dementia – part two

Early stage dementia

End of life planning and care

Fiction and dementia – posted 2017

Fictional accounts of dementia – posted 2014 

Fictional accounts of dementia – posted 2015

Fictional accounts of dementia – posted 2016

Films about dementia

First-person accounts of dementia – 2016

First-person accounts of dementia – 2014

Frontotemporal dementia_2014

Frontotemporal dementia_2016

Gardens for people with dementia

How do I choose?

HIV and HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders (HAND)

Holidays and festivities and people with dementia

Home design for dementia

Intimacy, sexuality and dementia

Kate Swaffer

Kids and teens resources

Lewy body disease (Lewy body dementia)

LGBTI communities

Ministering/Ministry for people with dementia

Montessori for people with dementia Post 1

Montessori methods for people with dementia Post 2

Music and dementia

Oral health and dementia

Paro – therapeutic robot seal

Person-centred dementia care

Prisons and dementia

Recent dementia publications (2016)

Recent fiction with people with dementia (2016)

Relationships and dementia 

Richard Taylor – Collected Works

Spirituality and dementia

Still Alice

Teens and young adults- dementia in fiction

Travelling well with dementia

Younger Onset dementia

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