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We never stop learning, and this journal is full of educational and informative articles. Stories from a lived experience/perspective are welcomed, especially those from a CALD background. Two way sharing is the way to knowledge and innovation. And this is why I can strongly recommend becoming a subscriber.

Danijela – QLD

Reading AJDC helps keep me updated and informed about best practice care. It helps to prompt ideas about projects we can implement for our sites. Being able to show colleagues, clients and their families the AJDC helps to pitch improvement ideas and reduce stigma.

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  • The AJDC is a key resource for discovering evidence-based care strategies, innovations in practice, training and technology.
  • Comprehensive coverage of the latest dementia news, research, resources and events.
  • Excellent for professional development, with topics to stimulate discussion and reflection at team meetings.
  • A strong emphasis on ‘knowledge exchange’, which closes the gap between dementia care research and practice. 
  • The AJDC is committed to supporting early-career dementia researchers to build their skills and share their work, as well as including the voices of people living with dementia and those who provide support and care.
  • While some of our content is freely available online, the full publication offers more articles, resources and news available to subscribers only.

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AJDC is a featured resource in the AJDC Read & Quiz free online learning series produced by Dementia Training Australia. Resource links are also provided for further reading and learners receive a certificate upon completing each module.