Your Story
Matters

A resource for ATSI Communities

More Than
332,000 Australians

Currently have dementia

Pledge 21 days
of brain healthy habits

Research suggests certain lifestyle and health factors are good for the brain, body and heart and can help reduce the risk of developing dementia. It’s easier than you might think: Keeping your brain stimulated, your body fit and your heart healthy is fun. So why not start your journey to living a brain-healthier life? Take a positive step towards brain health and encourage your friends to join you!

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5 Simple Steps to Maximise Your Brain Health

Simple changes to your everyday life can protect the brain, body and heart and can help reduce the risk of developing dementia

my brain matters

Your brain is your most valuable health asset. You need to protect it all your life. When it comes to maintaining your overall wellbeing prevention can be a powerful ally as you will discover by following our 5 Simple Steps to Maximise Your Brain Health.

Your Brain Matters is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Chronic Disease Prevention and Service Improvement Fund.DCRC

 

The National Dementia Helpline: 1800 100 500


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