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Dementia Education
Virtual Event

Grief and Dementia

About This Program

Dementia is a life changing diagnosis. It is common for someone who has been diagnosed with dementia and their care partners to experience feelings such as loss and grief. This education session is presented by a certified grief counsellor specializing in dementia care. The counsellor will give an introduction of what grief and loss can look like in dementia. Learn about the different types of grief and loss, its signs and symptoms, where to access support, and how to support each other at the webinar.


Presented By

The Dementia Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County

Date and Time

Thursday, March 23rd, 2023
5:00pm - 7:00pm


No charge



What You Can Expect


Recognize the feelings of grief and loss.


Learn about grief and loss.


Learn where and how to access community services and support.

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This event is being postponed. New date will be announced soon. Thank you for your understanding.

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