This website was established to keep those in the dementia community informed and engaged with the learning from the project. There will be multiple ways community members and advocates can participate in this research and some of these are detailed below:
We welcome research participants in all aspects of the research. We will be conducting two rounds of focus group discussions, with:
People living with dementia
Care partners, family members and close friends of people living with dementia who have experienced violence, abuse or neglect
Professionals providing individual advocacy or legal services to people living with dementia, and
Professionals from human rights and social justice organisations engaged in systemic advocacy on ageing and disability rights.
If you are interested in participating or hearing more about the focus groups please email the research team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
International activism and research network
In developing this project website we are aiming to create a community of practice and resource hive for activists, policy folk, practitioners, researchers and allies interested in redress for people with dementia. We encourage you to connect with the research, and with others in our community by engaging on social media, knowledge translation and our collaborative gatherings.
We welcome you to our hive, and will be happy to add you to our contact list by completing the contact form below.
In 2022 we will be hosting a National Summit on redress which will provide an opportunity to present and gather feedback on the draft redress recommendations, provide a platform to share diverse views in support of a redress scheme, and discuss strategies for longer term action and research on redress.
If you are interested in participating in the summit, we can add you to our contact list by completing the contact form below.
Contribute to the Dementia Redress Project
Please complete this contact form to get in touch.