Dementia Policy Statement
Policy Statement Palliative Care and Dementia Australia May 2018. Read the report.
2017 IPSOS report
Awareness and understanding of dementia in Australia. Read the report.
Dementia and the impact of stigma
Read or download this report.
Younger onset dementia: Bridging the gap
Read or download the Discussion Paper.
People with progressive neurodegenerative diseases in the NDIS - NAA position paper
The Neurological Alliance Australia (NAA) believes that the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will transform the lives of people living with progressive neurodegenerative diseases and has promoted and supported the Scheme since its inception.
Read or download the position paper.
The economic cost of dementia in Australia 2016-2056
Read the overview page.
Read or download the full report.
A practical guide to help people diagnosed with dementia, and their families and carers, better understand the legal issues they may be faced with.
Read or download Dementia and your legal rights.
Superannuation and dementia
People with dementia and their families often ask whether they have a right to access their superannuation early to assist with their financial situation, given that they have a terminal illness.
Read or download Superannuation and dementia.
Dementia Australia is proud to release the dementia-friendly communities white paper, addressing the need for Australia to create and sustain communities which can include people with dementia.
Culturally and linguistically diverse publications
Engage, enable, empower
Quality dementia care
Resources which may assist when caring for people with dementia.
Access Economics Reports
A number of documents which produce estimates of the current and future impact of dementia in various populations within Australia and the surrounding regions.
Pfizer Health Reports
Pfizer Health Reports on dementia developed by Dementia Australia and supported by Pfizer Australia.
End of life care
Issues and initiatives in acute care in South Australia
Consumer directed care
Personal and Possible
Down Syndrome and Dementia