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What is Dementia education?

A dementia diagnosis not only affects the person living with it, but also their caregivers, friends, family, and the community in which they live. There are nearly 24,000 people over the age of 65 in the Ottawa and Renfrew region who are living with dementia. By 2030, that number will double.

The goal of dementia education is to provide information that helps you expand your knowledge and understanding of dementia and brain health. The more we know about dementia the better able we are to prevent it, and to live well with it.

Here’s our monthly calendar to view all our education, activities and support group schedule.

To register for our for our free events in the calendar, simply click on the event in the schedule and you will be redirected to registration page.

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Dementia Education

Virtual Event
Caregiver burden is real. If you are a caring for a loved one living with dementia or a professional in the caregiving field- then this workshop is for you!

Dementia Education

Virtual Event
Legal and financial planning information session to help prepare for today and tomorrow. Learn about how to managing finances, power of attorney, disability credits, taxes and more. The presentation is delivered by a experienced accountant

Dementia Education

In-person Event
Designed for carepartners and caregivers who play a pivotal role in the lives of people living with dementia. It’s the second step in enhancing knowledge of dementia and skills needed to support the changing needs of someone living with dementia, communication and how to support the person with dementia.