Information in your language

These Help Sheets provide information in community languages. 

Information about ways to keep your brain healthy and help reduce your risk of developing dementia is provided in a number of languages other than English. 

5 Simple Steps to Maximise Your Brain Health  (English)

This Help Sheet looks at small steps that you can take in your everyday life that will make a real difference to your brain health – and the health of your heart and body. 


These Help Sheets provide information in the community language first, followed by English. 

Arabic (and English)  

Assyrian (and English)

Bengali (and English)

Simplified Chinese (and English)  

Croatian (and English)

Dari (and English)

Dinka (and English)

Dutch (and English)

French (and English)

German (and English)

Greek (and English)  

Hazaragi (and English

Hindi (and English)

Indonesian (and English)  

Italian (and English)

Japanese (and English)  

Khmer (and English)

Korean (and English)

Lithuanian (and English)  

Macedonian (and English)  

Maltese (and English)

Polish (and English)

Portuguese (and English)

Punjabi (and English)

Russian (and English)

Serbian (and English)

Somali (and English)

Spanish (and English)

Swahili (and English)

Tagalog (and English)

Tamil (and English)

Thai (and English)

Turkish (and English)

Ukrainian (and English)  

Urdu (and English)  

Vietnamese (and English)  


保持大脑健康  /  Keep your brain healthy

For brain health information translated to Simplified Chinese click here


If you would prefer to talk to someone, you can call the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500. If you need an interpreter you can contact the Helpline through the Telephone Interpreting Service on 131 450.

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

 

DCRC

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.