Online Consultation

Are you a carer living remotely or interstate from a loved one with dementia? Are you a support person needing advice but work, illness or other commitments prevent you from meeting in person?


Talk To Us

We understand that many of the people supporting our clients live further away or cannot get away from work, we also know that the spread of illness is a very real concern today. Don’t worry, we have your choice of video and phone consultation options available to make our service more accessible to support you.

You can talk to us about your own, or your loved ones situation, from wherever works best for you.

Who Is
It For?

It may be that you have concerns for yourself, this service is for anyone involved in the support role for a person living with dementia or memory loss- carers, family, friends and guardians.

What Does
The Service Include?

This is a 45 minute video or phone consultation about your situation. Our dementia consultant is here to answer your questions, provide information and give you guidance. It could be about changes you have noticed, the diagnosis process, aged care navigation or advice to support you as a carer or what steps to take next.

What Is The Cost
& How To Book?

The service is $145 for 45 minutes. When you book and pay, we send you an email with all the details, including the link to the video call if you select the video call option. Talk to us about your situation, we know everyone’s circumstance is different.

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To Make A Booking

What can we
do for you?

At Dementia Directions, we offer a range of services to support individuals and families impacted by dementia. Our services include timely diagnosis, post-diagnosis support, and advocacy services. Whether you’re looking for help navigating the healthcare system or need support in making decisions about care, our compassionate and knowledgeable team is here to guide you every step of the way. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you and your loved ones live well with dementia.

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