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Dementia Education
Virtual Event

Financial Information for Caregivers

About This Program

A dementia diagnosis can bring several complexities with it. To maintain a stress-free lifestyle, it is important to make wise financial decisions and learn about the implications of dementia on your financial well-being. This program covers the legal and financial issues that will come into play, today and tomorrow. Learn how to manage finances, the responsibilities of a power of attorney, disability credits, taxes and more.

You can also view a video of this program.


Presented By

The Dementia Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County

Date and Time

Thursday February 29th, 2024
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM


No charge



What You Can Expect


Learn how to manage the finances of a person living with dementia


Learn how to maximize income and benefits


Understand the role of power of attorney.

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