"A few days before he died, he looked at me and held my hand so tightly I thought it would break, along with my heart. "
"Financial abuse of people with dementia is often perpetrated by those who they trust - family members, friends, neighbours or people who have been authorised to manage their money"
"Webchat provides people with another way to access the information and services they need to manage dementia."
"Seeing firsthand the effect that Alzhiemer's had on my Grandad and my family is something l wouldn't wish upon anyone."
"We wanted to take part in the Memory Walk & Jog to raise awareness of dementia and funds to help support the work of Alzheimer’s Australia, which has been a fantastic support for us."
"We saw EDIE as a great opportunity to enhance dementia education by incorporating the latest technology to create an increased awareness of what the person might be going through."
privacy

Alzheimer’s Australia is committed to protecting your privacy and abides by the requirements of the Privacy Act 1988 (Cwlth) in relation to the collection and use of your personal information. This document provides a summary of our practices or read our full Privacy Policy.

We collect limited information about all visitors to our online resources which is used only to identify generic behavioural patterns and enables us to monitor the effectiveness of the website, maintain our server and improve our services. This information includes your server address and browsing history

To utilise some functions on this website, you may be required to provide some personal information. This will be securely stored and only made available to appropriate staff to ensure you receive the best possible advice and support. We will not disclose your information to any other parties without your consent unless legally required to do so. This might occur when the health or wellbeing or a person is threatened, resulting in a strong public interest in the disclosure.

Alzheimer’s Australia does not accept responsibility for compliance with the Privacy Act of other websites linked to from this site.

If you would like more information about our Policy, the way we manage your personal information or are concerned that we may have breached your privacy and wish to make a complaint, contact the Privacy Officer by:

Email: NSW.quality@alzheimers.org.au
Mail: Privacy Officer, Alzheimer’s Australia NSW, PO BOX 6042, North Ryde NSW 2113
Phone: (02) 9805 0100
Fax: (02) 8875 4665

Call the National Dementia Helpline: 1800 100 500