Dementia Education
Virtual Event

Live Q&A Session with Local Dementia Experts

About This Program

January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in Canada. Throughout the month, The Dementia Society will share information about brain health, dementia, its risk factors and prevention, and encourage conversations about the inclusion of people impacted by dementia in our community.

Join us to learn about dementia and wellness! Register for The Dementia Society’s Live Q&A webinar with a panel of local experts who will answer your questions. Learn about dementia, brain health, navigating through a dementia diagnosis and find answers to some of the frequently asked questions from people in our community.

Do you have a question? Ask your question in advance and our expert panel will answer them LIVE on Tuesday, 31 January 2023, at 5:00 PM. Submit your question here.

  • Dr. Andrew Frank, Cognitive Neurologist: Questions about dementia diagnosis, treatment and medical issues
  • Misia McCallum, Dementia Care Coach: Find answers about dementia care, caregiver support, caregiver self care and system navigation
  • Kevin Babulic, Long Term Care specialist: Questions about current status of system, eligibility and waiting list, transition to LTC, dementia care in LTC
  • Jane Kuepfer, RP, MDiv, PhD: Questions about self-care, mental wellness of PLWD and caregivers, spiritual resiliency, ways to care for yourself and other sin difficult times.

*This is a bilingual Q&A Session.

It is The Dementia Society’s policy to respect your privacy. Your questions and personal information in the form above will be anonymous.


Presented By

The Dementia Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County

Date and Time

Tuesday, 31 January 2023
5:00 - 6:00 PM


No charge



What You Can Expect


Get your dementia and brain-health related questions answered by local experts.


Learn from shared experiences.


Find resources that suit your needs.

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