The Alzheimer's Australia NSW blog *Younger Onset Dementia and ME*

*The Alzheimer's Australia NSW blog *Younger Onset Dementia and ME* is a place for people to connect with others, to get information and helpful suggestions.

A diagnosis of younger onset dementia can be very isolating. You may have received a diagnosis, be someone who is caring for a family member, or you may have a mum or dad with younger onset dementia. You are not alone. The National Younger Onset Dementia Key Worker Program provides individualised information and support to improve the quality of life for people with younger onset dementia and also see NSW - Younger Onset Dementia . For more information contact the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500.

Sunday, 27 November 2016

Are you a voluntary carer of someone with Young Onset Dementia (YOD)? -Charles Darwin University is looking for people to take part in an anonymous, online survey




Are you a voluntary carer of someone with Young Onset Dementia (YOD)?

Understanding your needs, quality of life, and how you may adapt to changing circumstances is critical to informing policy, service development and delivery, to better support you and those with YOD.

Charles Darwin University is looking for people to take part in an anonymous, online survey, to explore the experiences and needs of carers of people with YOD. It is expected to take approximately 25 minutes to complete, offers little to no risk to you, and you can withdraw at any time during the survey.

If this is you, or someone you know, please follow this link to the survey and more information http://cduehs.au1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_a2ZhnFsEy0cdX37

For questions about the project please contact Dr Sai Prasadarao, at saidurgavara.podugu@cdu.edu.au;  +61 8 8946 7637


 
Are you a voluntary carer of someone with Young Onset Dementia (YOD)?
Understanding your needs, quality of life, and how you may adapt to changing circumstances is
critical to informing policy, service development and delivery, to better support you and those
with YOD.
Charles Darwin University is looking for people to take part in an anonymous, online survey, to explore the experiences and needs of carers of people with YOD. It is expected to take approximately 25 minutes to
complete, offers little to no risk to you, and you can withdraw at any time during the survey.
If this is you, or someone you know, please follow this link to the survey and more information http://cduehs.au1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_a2ZhnFsEy0cdX37 
For questions about the project please contact Dr Sai Prasadarao, at saidurgavara.podugu@cdu.edu.au;
+61 8 8946 7637