Each Day We Help People Living WithDementia To Stay At Home For Longer.
Our advisory and advocacy consultants are here to support you.
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We Are Here To Provide Support & Advice To You And Your Family, Every Step Of The Way
At Dementia Directions, we understand how challenging it can be to deal with dementia and memory loss. That’s why we are here to provide the necessary support and care for you and your family every step of the way. Our compassionate staff members are trained experts in advocacy and best-practice dementia support, allowing them to work with our clients, medical professionals, and government departments to ensure that our clients receive excellent support and advice. From pre-diagnosis to accessing the range of dementia support services available, we are here to answer your questions and support you when you need it.
At Dementia Directions, we offer personalised, tailored support and advice through the steps of clinical diagnosis, post-diagnosis, assistance for carers, future planning, aged care system navigation and finding the best suited home care provider for you. Our team of experienced professionals help individuals experiencing changes in their cognitive abilities and post-dementia diagnosis, as well as their carers, family members, and guardians. We understand that every person living with dementia is unique, and we take a holistic approach to all affected, focusing not only on physical needs, but also on each person’s emotional and mental well-being. Our advocacy approach aims to ensure that the rights and choices of individuals with dementia and memory loss are upheld and respected.
Provide Personalised, Tailored Support Services For People Experiencing Symptoms To Post-Diagnosis Support For Carers, Guardian’s And People Living With Dementia
Worried about your memory, or changes in someone you care about?
If you’re worried about your memory or changes in someone you care about, Dementia Directions is here to help. We understand that living with dementia can be a difficult journey, so we offer compassionate and personalised support to individuals, their carers, loved ones, and legal guardians.
It is important to be aware that some people may not realise they are experiencing changes and disregard the observations of family and friends, or even dismiss concerns as a “normal part of ageing.” Dementia is not a normal part of ageing, changes to the brain can interfere with a persons ability to notice changes for themselves, other people, even with awareness, may be afraid of having their fears confirmed.
It is important not to dismiss changes and to investigate the cause. Our compassionate professionals are well-trained to build trust and confidence to help on the path to timely diagnosis. From pre-diagnosis, to accessing the range of dementia support services available, we provide advice to help you live well with dementia.