New online learning for the dementia workforce
Dementia Training Australia
We offer dementia courses, practical resources and training packages that are easy to access and can help make a real difference in your workplace
A DTA training session delivered at our organisation gave us much valuable constructive advice on areas for improvement at our day centres and around clients’ homes.
Love your courses. DTA have put together excellent and well-researched training. The best Personal Development training around.
I work in a day surgery and come across people who have varying types of dementia. Thank you for a better understanding of dementia.
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DTA works closely with Dementia Support Australia and Dementia Australia. We are a network of dementia specialists, who collaboratively provide education, training, advocacy and support for all Australians impacted by dementia – those who live with dementia, their families, and those whose work relates to their care.
Dementia Support Australia (DSA)
Providing help 24/7, 365 days a year across Australia for carers of people living with dementia where behaviours are impacting on care.
Dementia Support Australia provides three levels of support:
- Dementia Behaviour Management Advisory Service (DBMAS)
- Severe Behaviour Response Teams (SBRT)
- Needs Based Assessment Program (NBA)
Dementia Training Australia (DTA)
Dementia Training Australia provides dementia-specific accredited and non-accredited education, training, and professional development for aged and health care professionals.
Our mission is to improve the knowledge and skills of the workforce who are involved in supporting people living with dementia and their carers. We focus on evidence-based standards in the development and delivery of practical education and learning pathways for individuals and organisations.
Dementia Australia advocates for people of all ages living with all forms of dementia, and for their families and carers.
Our mission is to enable people impacted by dementia to live as well as possible. We provide information, support services and research funding as well as education for aged and health care professionals.