"As a family bank, we have a duty of care to support this growing number of Australians who are affected by dementia."
"The purpose of the NDIS is to provide people with greater choice, individualised support and the flexibility to manage these supports."
"If we can reduce ApoE levels we may be able to stop the disease process."
"While dementia overall remains the second leading cause of death, dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, has replaced heart disease as the leading cause of death among women."
"This is the latest in an award-winning series of films aimed at a number of non-English speaking communities in Australia to help de-stigmatise and promote awareness of the condition."
"As a community, we must improve our understanding of the condition and treat people with dementia with the respect and dignity they deserve."
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