Women's Mind Matters
The Dementia Society is thrilled to invite you to our Women's Mind Matters lecture series and to tour you around our fabulous new location.
Join us for our first in-person event of The Dementia Society’s Women’s Mind Matters lecture series. This exclusive (invite-only) event is an opportunity to connect and learn among those who have been partaking in our focused series on women’s brain health over the past year.
This will be the fifth installment of the Women’s Mind Matters lecture series, focusing on knowing your risks and knowing your numbers. Dr. Louise Laramée, MD FRCPC Cardiologist at the Montfort Hospital will present at the event. She will share how we can better manage our physical health and wellness and reduce our risk of developing dementia.
- Keynote speech by Dr. Louise Laramée
- Tour of the new Dementia Society Centre
- Key of Happiness Concert
- Network with empowered women in the community
- Light refreshments and healthy bites by local businesses
There is no admission fee but we would welcome your financial support of this event. We suggest a donation of $40 to recognize the 40 years we have been supporting the people of Ottawa and Renfrew County.
Date and Time
Thursday, June 1
5:00 – 7:00 PM
Dementia Society Centre
500-2327 St. Laurent Boulevard, Ottawa, ON K1G 4J8
Parking is Free.
About Louise Laramée
Dr. Louise Laramée is a cardiovascular specialist, interventional cardiologist now working in cardiac rehabilitation. She is a Distinguished Teacher at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Ottawa and has served as assistant Dean of Student Affairs and director of clinical skills for our medical students. She is a member and secretary of the Board of Directors of The Dementia Society.