What we do

Alzheimer’s Australia WA provides specialised services to people with dementia, their families and carers, health and aged care professionals and the general public.

Services for people with dementia, their families and carers:

  • The National Dementia Helpline;
  • Respite Services;
  • Day-Centred Respite;
  • Counselling;
  • Social Support Groups & Friendship Clubs;
  • Younger Onset Dementia Key Worker Programme;
  • Education on Dementia for Families and Friends;
  • Living with Memory Loss Programme;
  • Carer Support;\
  • Volunteering;
  • Choir;
  • Art Programmes;
  • Dementia Enabling Environment Project (DEEP); and
  • A Library & Resource Centre.

Services for people working in health and aged care:

  • Nationally recognised workshops and courses; 
  • The Dementia Friendly Communities Project (DFC);
  • Dementia Enabling Environment Project (DEEP);
  • The Dementia Partnership Project (DPP); and
  • A Library & Resource Centre.

Services for the general community:

  • Public lectures, workshops and seminars and;
  • Dementia Aware Friends.

The future of dementia care