Dementia Behaviour Managenment Advisory Service (DBMAS)

The DBMAS provides support and advice to carers of people with dementia.

The DBMAS aims to: improve the quality of life and care for people with dementia and their carers; up-skill, assist and support aged care providers in improving care for people with dementia and related behaviours; and ensure care services for people with dementia are responsive to their individual and diverse needs and circumstances. DBMAS services are free of charge and include: assessment of the person with dementia; clinical support, information and advice (face to face and via telephone or email); care planning, case conferences and short term case management; mentoring and clinical supervision; capacity and knowledge building for care providers; access to the Severe Behaviour Response Team.

Services provided
  • 24/7 telephone support, advice information and referral
  • Face-to-face support
  • Email support
  • Case management
  • Mentoring
  • Assessment
  • Online resources
  • Fact sheets
How to access
1800 699 799