Help us turn heartbreak into hope.

Watching a loved one slip away on their journey with dementia is heartbreaking. But your donation can help us meet the growing demand for critical support services used by people impacted by dementia and their families. 

Make a life-changing gift today. 


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Your gift today can help us change lives.

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could provide essential library and information services for people impacted by dementia, enabling them to access support when they need it.
could provide life-changing programs and services to people like Imogen, who may be balancing their own lives with the demands of providing care for a loved one.
could help us continue to develop resources like the Ask Annie app, giving caregivers information and tips to support people living with dementia.
could help fund research into dementia treatments and ultimately a cure to save the lives of people like Roger.

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Hope and support for dementia caregivers

A dementia diagnosis can be overwhelming, but no one has to go through it alone. Imogen found hope and support through Dementia Australia. Our information services provided her with tools to understand and manage her father's behaviours. And when it was time for her father to transition to an aged care facility, Dementia Australia was there to support the process.

"I finally felt hopeful after being completely overwhelmed for so long. Now, I have a clearer perspective on my dad's behaviours and he's having a more positive experience living with dementia because I'm better educated to support him.”

Your help can give life-changing support to families like Imogen’s.

You can make a difference today.

Imogen with father Roger and daughters Josie and Iris.  

Dementia in numbers

The number of people living with dementia in Australia continues to grow at an alarming rate.

400,000 Australians live with dementia, and that is expected to increase to more than 800,000 by 2058.

Today, dementia is the second leading cause of death in Australia, and the leading-cause of death in women.

1.5 million carers, family members and friends are involved in the care of someone living with dementia.