Your Brain Matters Resources

A range of tools and resources to help you live a brain healthy life.

Alzheimer's Australia has produced a range of printed and other materials to spread the word about being brain healthy and reducing your risk of dementia with Your Brain Matters. We also provide regular news updates to keep you informed about the latest developments. You can find these resources at the following pages.

Latest news – read about the latest research findings related to brain health and dementia prevention

BrainyApp – information about our app for Apple and Android smartphones and tablets

Download information resources – a list of our written brain health and dementia risk reduction information

Health professionals - information for general practitioners, practice nurses and health professionals

Exercise professionals - information for exercise professionals

Watch videos - check out our videos to get inspiration on living a brain healthy life

Your Story Matters - resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

Information in your language – dementia risk reduction Help Sheets in 29 languages (and English)

Information and resources translated into Simplified Chinese

Brain Health Checklist - Use this checklist to see what steps are you taking to keep your brain healthy and reduce your risk of dementia

Workplaces - free resources for brain health in the workplace

Brain buster quizzes - take a quiz or two...

Answers to our quizzes – check the correct answers to each of our quizzes

Frequently asked questions – answers to common questions about brain health, dementia prevention and Your Brain Matters

Explore the brain blog - Feature articles about brain health

Knowledge base - information for health professionals

E-course - an online course designed to highlight how you can improve your brain health.

Call the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500 for questions, information, advice.

 

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Your Brain Matters was supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Chronic Disease Prevention and Service Improvement Fund from July 2012 to June 2015.

 

Alzheimer's Australia would like to acknowledge the Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians and carers of the country of Australia.