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Living with Alzheimer’s

Seven Stages of Alzheimer’s
Alzheimer’s symptoms vary. The stages set out on this page provide a general idea of how abilities change during the course of the disease. Read More

Living With Alzheimer’s
Staying active has been proven to help people with Alzheimer’s disease. Unfortunately once diagnosed many withdraw from their usual activities because of the stigma attached to the disease Read More

Do’s and Don’ts when having a Conversation
As your loved one’s Alzheimer’s progresses, you will notice changes in communication. Trouble finding words, increased hand gestures, easy confusion Read More

Dementia and the law
Legal issues are usually low on the list of concerns of the family and person who has just been diagnosed with dementia. Yet if not dealt with in the early stages of the disease, legal matters can become an extra burden Read More

Legal Capacity
Legal capacity is the ability to understand and appreciate the consequences of one’s actions and to make rational decisions. Read More

Facing Reality
Unfortunately this is something that most carers, myself included, ignore to crisis point. Even if we don’t like to admit it to ourselves we will all reach a point when caring for someone, who are suffering from Alzheimer’s or a Disability we will no longer be able to manage at home. Read More

Retirement Communities
Retirement Villages are housing developments offering a range of accommodation options, services and facilities.Before considering any moves to a Complex it is essential that you check that the facility has a specific Dementia Unit these can ensure quality of life comfort and give you peace of mind that you’re love one will be well looked after Read More

What is Home Care?

To help you live independently in your own home and community for as long as possible,there are many home care products and services available. These range from
assistance with daily chores to personal care, providing meals, transport assistance, respite care for you or your carer, home modifications and social support. You may be eligible to access Government subsidised in home support a Home Care Package or choose to use a private provider.MORE INFORMATION

Overview of Home Care Packages

This video provides an overview of how to access aged care services under a Home Care Package. The video guides you through the the initial screening and assessment process, receiving the outcome of your assessment, researching providers and working out costs and more. LEARN MORE

National Disability Insurance Scheme

The Queensland Government is committed to supporting Queenslanders with disability, families and carers to exercise greater choice and take up opportunities in their communities. If you are a person with a disability and you meet the access requirements.LEARN MORE