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Caring for a person with dementia often falls on the shoulders of family or family friends. Find out more information about the carer's role and support you can get to help you and your family.

How we can help

Dementia Auckland is here to help in a variety of ways, supporting not only the individual with dementia but those who are caring for the person.

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Changes in communication

As a person’s dementia continues to progress, there will be changing communication issues – which can be frustrating for both the individual with...

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Looking after yourself

Caring for someone with dementia can be challenging both emotionally and physically and you need to remember that looking after yourself is just as important as...

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Referrals

If you are concerned about memory loss and would like to make an online referral to Dementia Auckland, please click here.

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Later stages of dementia

During the later stages of dementia, the person with dementia becomes less able to undertake activities of daily living independently and you may find it challenging...

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Resources & information

Alzheimers Society UK – Caring for a person with dementia Alzheimers Australia – Taking care of yourself  

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Everyday care

Depending on the person with dementia, what stage they are at and what their capabilities are, everyday care can vary. We will continue to update this page, but...

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External support services

There are many helpful services available to assist a person with dementia, and support and relief services available to help carers. A list of services in your area...

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