Help our efforts to improve post-diagnostic support for people in the 12-months following a dementia diagnosis and further develop the Forward with Dementia program.
- People with dementia and their supporters, carers and family can participate in a 20-minute survey by clicking the link below.
- Others involved in dementia diagnosis and care can provide 2-minute feedback via the same link.
Thank you in advance for your time!
Get involved in research to boost your emotional wellbeing
After one of our formative research interviews, a carer told us:
This interview has been really helpful. It has allowed me to think about my situation and get some perspective on it.
Getting involved in research sometimes helps you get more information about dementia and opportunities for interventions. Many supporters and carers have told us that being involved in research is one way to help make sense of a diagnosis of dementia in a loved one.
Professor Yun-Hee Jeon is a Professor of Healthy Ageing in the Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Sydney. Yun-Hee is a registered nurse, academic and leading Australian researcher in psychogeriatrics and gerontology. Yun-Hee will also conduct interviews as part of the Forward with Dementia program.
Interviews for people living with dementia and their supporters/carers/family
We would like the opportunity to discuss and understand your experiences of the Forward with Dementia program in more detail, and to understand how the project may have changed your knowledge, attitudes and behaviours related to dementia and dementia care.
- Interviews are online or by phone, they are confidential and will be conducted by an experienced university researcher. Interviews will take about 30-45 minutes.
- Register for an interview by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and our team will contact you to discuss.
Need more information?
Read About Us or email email@example.com or leave a message on Tel: (02) 9065 7307. Forward with Dementia is part of the COGNISANCE project. The project was awarded by the European Union Joint Program on Neurodegenerative Disorders and in Australia is funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council. This project has been approved by the UNSW Human Research Ethics Committee. Project number HC210566 and HC 210308.