Dementia support

Dementia is not a disease. It is a general term used to describe a collection of symptoms caused by disorders affecting the brain. There are currently about 100,000 people in Victoria living with dementia. With the right support and care, a person can experience dementia without giving up on the lifestyle and activities you enjoy.

Access our specialist dementia support

We are proud of our well-earned reputation as one of Victoria’s most experienced providers of dementia care and support.

Our staff undergo regular training in industry-leading dementia management techniques. We can provide you and your family with a considered blend of education and practical support.

We follow best practice to ensure you always have appropriate advice and support as you need it.

Information and advice

We can support people living with dementia, as well as their carers and families, with information and practical day-to-day advice to manage the changes that dementia brings.

Our home-based Dementia Advisory Service is available for people over the age of 65 who live in the southern metropolitan region of Melbourne. The area covers the Mornington Peninsula, Frankston, Kingston and Bayside local government areas.

To find out more about dementia support, call us now on 1300 478 776 or make an enquiry.

Last reviewed March 26, 2019.

In your home

Get help with your daily routine around the house: cleaning, laundry, cooking, getting ready in the morning, preparing for bed, showering, and more.

In your home

Getting around

Travel to and from your appointments, do the grocery shopping, go to the hairdresser, visit friends and family, and more.

Getting around

Health and wellbeing

Get assistance to continue your hobbies, stay active, organising your medical appointments, and more.

Health and wellbeing

Check if we offer services in your area.

Yes, we can provide services in your home.

Your local care team can offer more information to keep you safe and independent at home.

Contact your care team