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Dementia Advocacy Canada
We are a grassroots group of care partners and people living with dementia from Canada. We respect and value diverse religious, political & ethical views.
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christine thelker 4h
Please join us for this important event
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Alzheimer Society of Canada 3h
This Thursday at 7 pm ET: is hosting an online panel discussion with federal candidates to hear how and when each party plans to implement Canada's national dementia strategy if elected. Register here:
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Dementia Network YYC 3h
If you're joining 's online federal forum on Thursday, be sure to also send in a question when you register below.
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Lorrie Beauchamp 50m
Please share widely and register to join this discussion; how will your party be addressing the challenges that face Canada's seniors? An important issue in this election and an opportunity for participants to ask questions.
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Dementia Network YYC 20h
Join on Thursday, Sept 19th for their online federal political forum - details and registration below.
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Kate Swaffer 15h
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Dementia Justice 5h
This election, help improve access to justice for people with dementia who are arrested or charged with a criminal offence:
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Dementia Advocacy Canada 20h
Join us for an online Federal Forum on Dementia, Sept 19th @ 7pm ET (4pm PT). Moderated by . Party reps are: - , - , - , - . Please register:
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BC Care Providers Sep 12
Earlier this week National Institute on Aging released important report entitled Enabling the Future Provision of Long-Term Care in Canada
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André Picard Sep 13
"Why are people stuck in hospitals? Often it's because they don't have enough of the Home and Community Care options they need." - panel with via
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National Institute on Ageing 🇨🇦 Sep 10
Canada’s provinces & territories are struggling now more than ever to meet the long-term care needs of our rapidly ageing population. 's latest report takes an in-depth look at long-term care across Canada & how we can make it better:
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National Institute on Ageing 🇨🇦 Sep 13
"Why are people stuck in hospitals? Often it's because they don't have enough of the Home and Community Care options they need." - on the with .
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Mary Beth Wighton Sep 14
Another chance to watch it!...
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mary connell Sep 14
Please register to participate and forward a question.
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Roger Marple Sep 13
I like this blog. What Canadians are saying: Why does a fully-funded national dementia strategy matter? Myself and some other great Canadians shared our thoughts on why our National Dementia strategy are important to us.
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Noelannah Neubauer Sep 15
It was such an honour to be featured in the Fall edition of Dementia Connections Magazine. From my PhD thesis, the consortium, and the amazing work done by colleagues, you can find it all here starting on page 58:
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Dementia Advocacy Canada Sep 14
Due to popular demand, segment on FTD will be re-aired, Sunday September 15 @ 7pm ET/PT
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Stroke Tattler Sep 14
It definitely is a question we are considering. Thanks for participating in debate. Also would love to know your position on national family caregiving strategy.
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Kate Swaffer Sep 13
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kimberley smith Sep 13
Ordered and looking forward to viewing and learning!
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