About Alzheimer's WA
With over 35 years’ experience, Alzheimer’s WA has grown significantly to respond to the needs of, and provide direct support, for people living with dementia, their families, carers and the wider community. Our training courses assist individuals, organisations and community groups to improve the lived experience of those living with dementia.
We understand that a diagnosis of dementia can be challenging, upsetting and sometimes frightening. Our person-centred services are based on knowledge, dedicated care, proven research and the experience of working with thousands of families across Western Australia and are here to ensure you are not on this journey alone.
Focussing on living well with dementia our world class Wellness Household Centres in Perth, Albany and Mandurah offer dementia specialist information, counselling, carers support, training and person-centred day and overnight respite services.
Respecting that everyone is different we treat people as individuals. Our home support services are tailored to your specific needs and circumstances.
These services are ideal for:
- Busy families in need extra support for a parent of loved one living with dementia
- People who may not be eligible for government funded services or who wish to 'top up' the services they are already receiving
- People who require a one-off service or support on an ongoing basis
- People who need extra support to enable them to remain at home longer.
To find out more, please call us on 1300 66 77 88,
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: www.alzheimerswa.org.au
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