Wagga dementia rates set to double by 2050, says Alzheimer's Australia

By Brodie Owen
Updated April 23 2015 - 8:04pm, first published 8:00pm
ON THE FRONT LINE: The Haven’s Susan Davis is encouraging increased awareness of dementia, as the disease is set to deepen its presence in Wagga. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
ON THE FRONT LINE: The Haven’s Susan Davis is encouraging increased awareness of dementia, as the disease is set to deepen its presence in Wagga. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

A compassionate Wagga carer has spoken of the debilitating state dementia sufferers can sink to after diagnosis.

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