Your View : Dementia Friendly Holdfast Bay

Consultation has concluded


The Flinders Digital Health Research Centre at Flinders University in partnership with the City of Holdfast Bay is conducting a study to understand how 'user friendly' services, facilities and outdoor areas within the City of Holdfast Bay are for people living with dementia.

The information gathered through your participation would inform policies that would enable the development of strategies that support access and inclusion and empower people, including those living with dementia to lead a meaningful life connected to their community.

We have taken all reasonable measures to protect your identity and your responses will be anonymous. Your participation in this survey is voluntary.

This study has been approved by the Southern Adelaide Clinical Human Research Ethics Committee.

Click here to take part in the survey

Thank you for your time.



The Flinders Digital Health Research Centre at Flinders University in partnership with the City of Holdfast Bay is conducting a study to understand how 'user friendly' services, facilities and outdoor areas within the City of Holdfast Bay are for people living with dementia.

The information gathered through your participation would inform policies that would enable the development of strategies that support access and inclusion and empower people, including those living with dementia to lead a meaningful life connected to their community.

We have taken all reasonable measures to protect your identity and your responses will be anonymous. Your participation in this survey is voluntary.

This study has been approved by the Southern Adelaide Clinical Human Research Ethics Committee.

Click here to take part in the survey

Thank you for your time.


  • Dementia-Friendly Community Survey

    Survey questionnaire was adopted from Dementia Australia’s ‘CREATING DEMENTIA-FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES: A TOOLKIT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT’ 

    Survey questionnaire was adopted from Dementia Australia’s ‘CREATING DEMENTIA-FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES: A TOOLKIT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT’ 

    Consultation has concluded