One of the biggest global public health challenges in human history is dementia.  With the number of people with dementia worldwide increasing rapidly, effectively tackling known risk factors for dementia could prevent up to one-fifth of new cases by 2025. 

 

The Dementia Momentum, an initiative of the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA), UNSW, is a movement to bring researchers and the community together to change the future of dementia incidence.  The goal is to drive momentum in awareness, research and societal change for a brighter future. Read more

SPOKESMAN

Driving The Dementia Momentum is Mr Richard Grellman AM, Chairman of Genworth Mortgage Insurance Ltd, IPH Ltd and AMP Foundation. 

 

Richard's wife Suellen Grellman was diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer's disease in 2011 aged just 61 years old and has been in Residential Care since early in 2014.

 

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INVEST

IN
POSITIVE
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Members

 

 
 
 
John Holden
Family Foundation

 

 
 
 
Judy Harris &
Phil Cave AM
 
 
 
The Roth Charitable Foundation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Peter & Yvonne Halas
 

 

 

 

 

   
Roger & Merrilyn
Layton

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

Mrs Jan
Surnicky
John & Ann Cunningham

 

 

Brenda & Stephen Lennard

 

 

 

 
 
Pamela
Madafiglio

 
 
The Mansfield
Family

 

 
Sue
Edwards

 

 

     

 

In-Kind Support

 

 

 

 

Friends

Actinogen Medical, Agentbox, Allan Hall Chartered Accountants, John Atkin, Baillie Lodges, Barana Group, Julianne Blain, Andrew & Alison Blattman, Andrew Bloore, Breakwater Advisory, Karoline & Henry Brodaty AO, Barbara Brown, Paul Cave AM, Charter Hall Holdings, Keri Chittenden, Coral Technologies Pty Ltd, R. Bruce Corlett AM, Tim Crommelin, Richie Dolan, Nick Douglas-Morris, Heidi & Craig Douglass, EG, Lynnette Ellerman, EP&T Global, Peter Evans, Finlease, Ford Civil, Ian & Kathy Freestone, David Gillespie, Louise Gillespie, Robert Gillespie, Kym Godson, Peter Granger, Brian Greig, David & Penny Griffith, Halfords IP, Dale & John Harkness, Robert Hartman, Matthew Hayson, R.O. Hellyer, Kelly Hobbs, John Hughes, Mark & Sophie Hutchinson, Rodney Inder, Kenichi Ishiyama, Brian & Susan Jackson, Andrew Jerogin, Chris Jessop, JT Consultancy, Rob Kift, Jan Lech, David Levi, Lindsay Bennelong Developments, Sam & Barbara Linz, Robin Low, Ian MacDonald, Michael Madigan, The Manly Daily, Glenn Maris, Peter Mason, Simon Matison, Michelle & Tony McGrath, McGrath Estate Agents - Neutral Bay, Christine and David Michaelis, Nancy Milne, Minderoo Foundation, Morgans Foundation, Nigel Mukhi, Donovan Murphy, Reiko Murphy, Derek Nelson, Colleen Nichols, Trish O'Brien, Parkview Group, Graeme Pettigrew, Paul Pierlot, Sally Pitkin, Don & Anne Potter, Douglas Potter, ProGood, Angela Raymond, The Rotary Club of Rose Bay, Dagmar Schmidmaier AM, Jacqueline Smith, James Smith, Somerville Electric, Sothertons Melbourne, Sparke Helmore Lawyers, Susan Rothwell Architects, Sydney Airport, The Gap State High School, Gayle Tollifson, Urban Space Group, Sally White OAM, Winten Property Group, Ali Wood & Brian Holder, David G. Young, Geoff Zuber

Contact

Dementia Contact

 

 

 

Research is an international enterprise and dementia affects

all communities.  The future of dementia research is in being

able to bring the scores of international studies together

for a common purpose.

 

Professor Perminder Sachdev AM and Professor Henry Brodaty AO
 

Co-Directors, CHeBA

HARNESSING GLOBAL RESEARCH TO PREVENT DEMENTIA