Dementia Alliance International

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Dementia Alliance International is a non-profit group of people with dementia from all around the world that seek to represent, support, and educate others living with the disease, and an organization that will provide a unified voice of strength, advocacy and support in the fight for individual autonomy and improved quality of life. Dementia Alliance International is a US Corporation with 501(c)(3) status which means donations by US citizens are tax deductible.

If you are diagnosed with dementia, please follow the link to join; if you are interested in what we do, please follow this link and sign up for our weekly blog and occasional newsletter by hitting the Blue or Black box on the left hand side of the home page..

4 thoughts on “Dementia Alliance International

  1. Dear Kate
    I have just read today’s SMH article about your “living beyond dementia diagnosis”.
    I have been a psychologist for over 40 years but also a biologist (for a bit longer). Im pleased that finally psychology & biology are “talking” to each other in the world of science.

    I’m not a blogger but I would really like to talk with you about the questions that come into my mind about what is happening when there is a major “systems disruption” as occurs with the various patterns of dementia (and the “biology” of it). Also with the members in DAI – gather data and share.
    I live in Northern NSW but would travel south to meet up with you if that were possible
    or talk on phone or Skype.

    What are your thoughts on the “out of the blue” enquiry?
    Sincerely
    Colleen

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