A resource that highlights the importance of early assessment for cognitive impairment and dementia.
A personalised report informing individuals where they can make changes to reduce their risk of Alzheimer’s disease. GPs may also use this tool as a basis for providing preventive health advice to patients and monitoring improvement in risk profiles.
Resources that support people living with dementia, including help sheets, toolkits, guides, videos, websites, apps, brochures and infographics.
The most widely used cognitive assessment tool currently available. It's free and it takes 10–15 minutes to administer.
A quick screening tool for cognitive impairment. It has been designed for GPs, primary care physicians, and family doctors.
A short cognitive screening instrument designed to minimise the effects of cultural learning and language diversity on the assessment of baseline cognitive performance.
Dementia management plans that assist GPs in developing individualised care plans for people living through each stage of dementia. Register for a free account to access plans.
A cognitive impairment tool kit that gives guidance on best practice patient care, which can be accessed by Metro North Health employees.
A variety of dementia tools and printable resources that you can use at your workplace by registering for a free account.
RACGP's flagship clinical resource which outlines the medical care of older persons in residential aged care facilities, commonly known as the Silver Book.
National clinical guidelines for the care of people with dementia that provides health professionals and carers in all health settings with access to recommendations reflecting current evidence on best practice dementia care.
Clinical support tools and recommendations for the management of acutely unwell patients living in RACFs. Designed for use by RACF clinical staff in collaboration with GPs.
A program to help you make simple changes to support people living with dementia in your organisation or business. Get the tools, resources and support you need to make a difference. You can become listed as a dementia-friendly organisation.
An app to guide your assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of buildings used to accommodate people with dementia.
Organise a Dementia Australia consultant to conduct an audit of your built environment for a person living with dementia and provide a written report with recommendations with areas of improvement.
A range of dementia education, resources and events for the Australian workforce to improve the care and wellbeing of people living with dementia.
A centre at the forefront of translational research and support for people with dementia and their carers. You can access free and paid courses online.
A centre providing a range of nationally accredited courses and award-winning professional dementia education.
An organisation providing training and resources to Australian primary health care nurses about the timely diagnosis of dementia.
A palliative care evidence and practice information resource for the Australian aged care sector. It also has fact sheets and information with self-care tips for residential staff and nurses working in palliative care.
Education, training and resources
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We would like to express our gratitude to all the healthy ageing advocates, including people living with dementia, older people, families, carers and health professionals, who contributed to the development of this portal. Thank you for sharing your stories and transferring your knowledge to make this portal purposeful and meaningful to support people in the North Brisbane and Moreton Bay region.