Younger onset dementia

Younger onset dementia

The term younger onset dementia is used to describe any form of dementia diagnosed in people under the age of 65. Younger onset dementia affects approximately 25,938 Australians. This program will help you recognise the impact of younger onset dementia and provide you with support strategies and resources.

This course is available in:
ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Course duration:
3 hours
Suitable for:
Staff providing support to people living with younger onset dementia and their carers

Course description

Course Summary

The term younger onset dementia is used to describe any form of dementia diagnosed in people under the age of 65. Younger onset dementia affects approximately 25,938 Australians. This program will help you recognise the impact of younger onset dementia and provide you with support strategies and resources.

You will gain knowledge in:
the impact of younger onset dementia on the person, and their support person
strategies and resources to assist you in working with a person living with younger onset dementia
the experiences of a young person living with dementia

For enquiries or general information about this course call 1300 DEMENTIA (1300 336 368) or email cdl@dementia.org.au

The events displayed are public scheduled sessions. These sessions are suitable for individuals and smaller groups. If you would like to discuss larger group delivery, onsite facilitation, customised programs or consultancy services, contact the Centre for Dementia Learning.

For enquiries or general information about this course call 1300 DEMENTIA (1300 336 368) or email cdl@dementia.org.au

The events displayed are public scheduled sessions. These sessions are suitable for individuals and smaller groups. If you would like to discuss larger group delivery, onsite facilitation, customised programs or consultancy services, contact the Centre for Dementia Learning.

For enquiries or general information about this course call 1300 DEMENTIA (1300 336 368) or email cdl@dementia.org.au

The events displayed are public scheduled sessions. These sessions are suitable for individuals and smaller groups. If you would like to discuss larger group delivery, onsite facilitation, customised programs or consultancy services, contact the Centre for Dementia Learning.

For enquiries or general information about this course call 1300 DEMENTIA (1300 336 368) or email cdl@dementia.org.au

The events displayed are public scheduled sessions. These sessions are suitable for individuals and smaller groups. If you would like to discuss larger group delivery, onsite facilitation, customised programs or consultancy services, contact the Centre for Dementia Learning.

For enquiries or general information about this course call 1300 DEMENTIA (1300 336 368) or email cdl@dementia.org.au

The events displayed are public scheduled sessions. These sessions are suitable for individuals and smaller groups. If you would like to discuss larger group delivery, onsite facilitation, customised programs or consultancy services, contact the Centre for Dementia Learning.

For enquiries or general information about this course call 1300 DEMENTIA (1300 336 368) or email cdl@dementia.org.au

The events displayed are public scheduled sessions. These sessions are suitable for individuals and smaller groups. If you would like to discuss larger group delivery, onsite facilitation, customised programs or consultancy services, contact the Centre for Dementia Learning.

For enquiries or general information about this course call 1300 DEMENTIA (1300 336 368) or email cdl@dementia.org.au

The events displayed are public scheduled sessions. These sessions are suitable for individuals and smaller groups. If you would like to discuss larger group delivery, onsite facilitation, customised programs or consultancy services, contact the Centre for Dementia Learning.

For enquiries or general information about this course call 1300 DEMENTIA (1300 336 368) or email cdl@dementia.org.au

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