Evaluation of the National Framework for Action on Dementia 2015-2019
A consultation process to evaluate the National Framework for Action on Dementia 2015 – 2019 (the Framework) is now open for public response.
The Framework guides the development and implementation of actions, plans and policies to reduce the risk of dementia and further improve outcomes for people with dementia, their families, and their carers.
This consultation, conducted by online survey, is a nation-wide evaluation focusing on the Framework’s seven priority areas; from increasing awareness and risk reduction through to promoting and supporting research. These priorities mirror the World Dementia Council’s Global Action Plan for Dementia.
Led by WA Health and Curtin University, this consultation seeks to gain an in-depth understanding of the progress and effectiveness of the existing Framework, as well as recommendations to inform options for future dementia policy in Australia from 2019 onwards.Responses are being sought from: People with a lived experience of dementia Any person who has a diagnosis of dementia, a family member or a friend who knows of and/or provides support to a person with a diagnosis of dementia. Policy development, service delivery, research or advocacy professionals Health professionals including community, disability or aged care workers who are involved in providing dementia care, policy makers and research and advocacy professionals. People who deliver services or develop policy that impacts on people with dementia and their support networks.The survey should take between 20 to 40 minutes to complete. The survey considers the Framework priority areas and innovations and option for future dementia policy in Australia.
If you would like to view the questions in full before beginning the survey you can do so here
The survey closes at 11.59pm AWST, Tuesday 31 December 2019.
The Evaluation Team is looking for a broad range of responses and experiences, and highly values your response.
Please take the time to complete the survey and have your say on the future directions for dementia policy in Australia.
Copyright © 2019 NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research, All rights reserved.
You are receiving this email because you are a member of the NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research, and/or received dementia research funding and/or participated in NNIDR programs.
Our mailing address is:
NHMRC National Institute for Dementia ResearchLevel 1, 16 Marcus Clarke StreetCanberra, ACT 2601Australia
Add us to your address book