Dementia Support Australia continues to provide its services across Australia during the current pandemic.
We understand that care homes and family carers might be more concerned about the level of access our services are able to provide.
All services delivered by Dementia Support Australia have been defined by the Department of Health as 'professional services' and able to continue to provide much needed support on the ground in care homes and do not impact on family visits.
Should you require a tele-health consultation we can facilitate this via our video conference platform.
Our teams are accessible, 24/7 365 days
If you have any questions during this period, please speak with a consultant on
Responding to changes in behaviour, enhancing quality of life.
This program delivers a nationally consistent assessment for eligibility into the Specialist Dementia Care Program.
How do I refer?
Referrals can be made 24 hours a day through any of the following methods.
Referrals can be made 24 hours a day using our online system.
Referrals can be made by calling our 24 hour helpine on 1800 699 799
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Dementia Support Australia provides national support, advice and intervention across Australia regardless of location 365 days/24 hours per day.