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Natalie Ive: why she is glad she found DAI

As Dementia Alliance International (DAI) celebrates Dementia Awareness Month in 2020, we continue to bring you stories from our members.

It is already Day 9, and in todays podcast, Natalie Ive from Melbourne, in Victoria Australia tells us what it was like being diagnosed with younger onset dementia at the age of 47, and what she likes about the support and networks she has found through DAI.

Thank you Natalie. We are so glad you found DAI.

Since you’re here…

… we’re asking readers like you to support our members, by donating to our organizaton. With more than 50 million people living with dementia, and the Coronavisus pandemic causing everyone to operate in a virtual world,  our work has never been more important. Every contribution, however big or small, is so valuable to o ur work of supportign people diagnosed with dementia to live more positively, and with a greater sense of hope.

Please join the Monday Science Podcast fundraiser to support more people with dementia like Natalie.

Or you can make a donation directly to DAI.