Congratulations young man (Connor McLeod). We have tactile signage on everything from lifts to toilets but something as important as money is left to guesswork or the trust of strangers. Hopefully your work in this area will move forward and we will soon
– KEVIN WILSON increase your understanding of the condition and its impacts, and help spread the word.
I encourage your readers to find out more by going to dementia friendly.org.au.
Alzheimer’s Australia NSW also has a range of events and activities planned throughout the state as part of Dementia Awareness Month.
To get involved, visit nsw.fight dementia.org.au.
JOHN WATKINS, Alzheimer’s Australia chief executive officer life for nothing but human entertainment. JENNY MOXHAM,
(It would also help if we had) safe communities for children and young people to socialise and exercise in.
My children have been stood over and jumped on over 10 years.
Therefore I drive them everywhere, I want them to stay alive and be less traumatised than they already are.
It would be irresponsible of me to let them commune with friends outside of our houses. LORRAINE AMOS,