September is Dementia Awareness Month when we aim to give Australians a better understanding of what it is like for a person to live with dementia. It also highlights the importance of accessing services and information early to empower and enable everybody impacted by dementia, including carers.
Alzheimer’s Australia Vic is presenting a number of events and activities across Victoria, and we invite you to get involved.
During September, Alzheimer’s Australia Vic will host a range of events across the state that will connect, involve and educate the wider public. Highlights include a public lecture Global Action Against Dementia by international guest speaker Dr Ron Peterson, Mayo Clinic USA, on 22 September at Federation Square in Melbourne and the Memory Walk & Jog in Geelong on 11 September, along with many more events which can be found in our Dementia Awareness Month calendar! View the calendar by clicking on the "download" button to the right. To view a list of the events click here.
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We are returning to the beautiful city of Geelong on 11 September for the third annual Memory Walk & Jog! Open to all ages and fitness levels, sign up for the 2.8km walk, 5km run or the 10km run and be a part of this great event held in support of people impacted by dementia. Register today to join us at Barwon Valley Park!
This year marks 25 years of Alzheimer's Australia Vic counselling services. It is estimated that around 100,000 people have received support in that time, and we continue to provide this support to all people impacted by dementia including people living with the condition, family members and other carers. Please donate to Alzheimer’s Australia Vic’s Dementia Awareness Month appeal and enable us to continue our support to the growing demand of our services.
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