- Dementia Support Services
This brochure contains information about our services for people diagnosed with dementia and their families/whanau (Mandarin version)
- To People Important to Me
For family, friends and supporters of those with dementia
- West Coast Dementia Support Services
This brochure contains information about our services for people diagnosed with dementia and their families/whanau.
Dementia Canterbury has a designated Worker on the West Coast.
- Total Mobility Card Scheme
The Total Mobility Scheme is a nationwide scheme that provides subsidised taxi transport administered locally by Environment Canterbury.
- WanderSearch Canterbury Tracking System
Used by Land Search and Rescue and NZ Police to search for people living with Dementia / Autism who regularly wander from their place of residence. A not-for-profit service involving volunteers.
- What is Dementia?
- Getting a Diagnosis
- Dementia and Behaviours
- Positive Communication
- Challenging Stigma and Staying Engaged
- Genetics and Dementia
- Specific Dementia Medications
- Guide to Levels of Residential Care
- Grief and Loss
- Dementia New Zealand Information Sheets
- Using Respite Care
Diane, a Dementia Canterbury staff member, is a registered exercise professional. She has prepared a series of simple, short exercise videos to keep the mind and body moving.
- Alzheimers Society UK
A content rich website with resources relevant to the UK. Apart from demographics and policies, majority of the content about dementia in the factsheets still pertains to the New Zealand context.
- Alzheimer Scotland - Action on Dementia
Lots of information and resources about dementia on this website.
- Alzheimer's Society Canada
This Canadian website is well resourced with printable brochures and publications pertaining to dementia.
- BBC Music Memories
This website is designed to use music to help people with dementia reconnect with their most powerful memories.
Click here for a list of other websites.
If you require further information, please contact us directly on 03 379 2590 or 0800 444 776, or email firstname.lastname@example.org