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Dementia Learning Centre

Dementia Learning Centre

Building the knowledge and skills to provide the best possible support for people living with dementia mate wareware

Advocacy

Advocacy

We’re urging Government to fully implement and fund the Dementia Mate Wareware Action Plan!

Tackling stigma

Tackling stigma

Join us today to make Aotearoa New Zealand Dementia Friendly place

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Alzheimers NZ welcomes new Dementia Learning Centre Director

Wednesday 12 June, 2024

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Community rallies together for Dementia Friendly

Wednesday 12 June, 2024

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There are lots of ways you can help make a difference for people living with dementia mate wareware in Aotearoa New Zealand

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Support our work

Support our work

A donation made as a gift in memory of is a lovely way to honour and celebrate someone’s life

Dementia Friends

Dementia Friends

Learn more about dementia mate wareware and simple ways you can help

Join our event

Join our event

Save the date for our fourth and final Repositioning Dementia event in World Alzheimers Month

Your Stories

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Elayne’s story

As a registered Social Worker, Elayne reflects that for many people who she makes contact with, it is often the first time in their lives that they have really needed to ask for help, and this can be quite confronting for some people.

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Dementia Learning Centre’s story

30,000 people living with dementia mate wareware in Aotearoa New Zealand are missing out on the help and support they need.

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Kate De Goldi’s story

As a Champion for Dementia, author Kate De Goldi is looking to honour the experience she had with her family and help raise public awareness of dementia.

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To access dementia mate wareware support in your area, please call 0800 004 001. We also have lots of information available.

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