Dementia Care Site Map
Education and training for people with dementia, carers and community


Alzheimer's Australia Vic

Alzheimer's Australia offer a range of education and training sessions for families, carers and the community.  Click here to see calendar of events.  For more information related to your needs call the Dementia Helpline 1800 100 500 (freecall)


Creative Ways To Care


The course provides carers with an opportunity to experience and learn about a range of strategies to use at home to improve the quality of life for themselves and the person they care for.


Dementia Behaviour Management Advisory Service (DBMAS)

Freecall on 1800 699 799

DBMAS Vic aims to improve the quality of life for people with dementia whose behaviour is having an impact on their care by improving the capacity of care workers, family carers and service providers to meet their specific needs. We predominantly provide services to care workers, aged care service providers and carers of people with dementia who receive support through Australian Government funded aged care services.


 Carers Vic - Give Me A Break, online course


'Give me a break', the first in a series of e-learning modules being developed by Carers Vic Education and Training team, provides an interactive online education program to help carers understand the benefits and barriers to respite, and provide ideas on how to make best use of their valuable personal time.

It is aimed at carers who are isolated as a result of their caring role, and find it hard to access the face to face supports that are available to help them.



Online course for Families and Carers (online US source)

Please note this is not a substitute for obtaining professional advice. However, it may provide useful strategies for caring in the home.


Maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle, exercise examples

Queensland Health: Ageing with Vitality Website