Helpful Links and Websites
- Alzheimer’s Australia
Loads of resources, help sheets, videos and access to support services for those affected by Alzheimer’s.
- Arthritis Australia
Provides support and information for the 3.85 million Australians who have arthritis.
- Asthma Australia
Tools and information for people with asthma and their families – includes a link to the daily pollen count.
- Asthma Council Australia
Tips for understanding and living with asthma, as well as handy information on asthma first aid.
- Cancer Council Australia
Cancer prevention, information and treatments.
- Continence Foundation of Australia
Resources and information for people affected by bladder and bowel conditions.
- Dementia Behaviour Management Advisory Service
Individualised support for carers and care recipients.
- Diabetes Australia
Information and resources for people affected by diabetes, as well as those at risk.
- Epilepsy Foundation
Guidance and support for people living with epilepsy. Includes lots of resources on understanding and managing the condition.
- Gastroenterological Society of Australia
Patient information about gastrointestinal (gut/bowel) conditions, including helpful fact sheets.
- Genetic Alliance Australia
Support for individuals and families affected by rare genetic conditions, while providing information, counselling and a listing of 80+ support services.
- Heart Foundation
Assisting with the prevention and management of heart disease, high blood pressure and stroke.
- MS Australia
The national multiple sclerosis body aims to connect sufferers with local support services and resources.
- My Aged Care
Information on accessing aged care support services and resources.
- Osteoporosis Australia
Patient information about osteoporosis, its prevention and treatment options – includes a searchable listing of bone density testing outlets and fracture centres.
- Parkinson’s Australia
Peak national body representing the 100,000 Australians with Parkinson’s.
- Stroke Foundation
Support, treatment and prevention programs for stroke survivors.