Learn more about a toolkit designed to make Alberta communities more inclusive, and how physical activity continues to benefit people living with dementia.
Neil Godfrey is a geoscientist by profession, outdoorsman by hobby and, as he discovered in his early 40s, an oil and watercolour painter by passion.
For individuals living with dementia, walking can be a useful way to stay physically active and socially engaged, but getting lost is a real risk.
Meet the organization that believes Calgary can be a supportive, innovative community where people impacted by dementia can live life well.
Everything you need to know about participating in research.
Don Fenn was sitting in his Toronto office in 2003 when he received a phone call from the police in London, Ont.
These two Canadian researchers are exploring new ways to support and protect the brain.
From robots to online community spaces, these innovations foster relationships.
Calgarian Ron Freckleton spent 10 years caring for his wife, Joan, who was living with dementia. Here, he reflects on that journey and shares some insights he learned along the way.
For as long as there has been money, there have been unscrupulous people trying to steal it. Scammers look for any vulnerability they can to gain an edge, and sometimes that makes people living with dementia prime targets.
Calgarian Lynne Kearns shares the story of her husband, Bill, and his challenging health-care journey .
Dr. Serge Gauthier offers insight into funding for dementia research.
Mary Beth Wighton was diagnosed with frontotemporal lobe dementia at 45 years old.
From protecting yourself and eating better to making sure you’re getting enough sleep, the following studies look at some of the things you can do to help reduce your risk of dementia.
The impact of an inventive approach to innovation.
Why MAID is failing people living with dementia.
These two dementia-related podcasts should be on your playlist.
Canadians living with dementia are banding together to influence change.
Interested in fundraising for dementia research, treatment and care, but not sure where to start?
Teepa Snow’s Positive Approach to Care better serves people living with dementia.
The Big Red Ride brings accessible cycling to Banff.
Fast facts about the Branch Out Foundation’s Neuron Night.
People living with dementia were included as equals in the creation of Canada’s first national dementia strategy.
This past June, Canada’s national dementia strategy: A Dementia Strategy for Canada: Together We Aspire, was officially released.