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Canada will become the 30th country with a national dementia strategy

On June 22, 2017, we celebrate the passage of Bill C-233, An Act respecting a national strategy for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Canada will now become the latest country to develop a national dementia strategy to address the overwhelming scale, impact and cost of dementia. Read more >

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What is Canada's new national dementia strategy and what does it mean for you? 


Our latest statistics: Dementia numbers in Canada


Dementia in Canada: A National Strategy for Dementia-friendly Communities

Decisive action by the federal government is urgently needed as the proportion of seniors continues to grow over the next two decades.

- Dementia in Canada: A National Strategy for Dementia-friendly Communities (p. 43)

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Committee report >


Jim Mann

Some people may look at me and think, "He doesn't have Alzheimer's disease." If only that were true! Canada needs a national dementia strategy to better support those of us who have the disease already, and those who will develop it in the future. 
- Jim Mann 

Read more about what a national dementia strategy means to Jim >


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• Tell your friends and family why a national dementia strategy is so important.
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Senators host panel discussion on meeting needs of Canadians living with dementia

On Monday, January 30, 2017, Huguette Grand spent her 79th birthday in an Ottawa long-term care facility, while her daughter Catherine related what it's been like to be her mother’s caregiver for 11 years to a panel of Canadian Senators. The Senate’s Social Affairs Committee hosted the discussion to call attention to Canada’s need for a national strategy to deal with all forms of dementia. Watch or read more about the event.



Last Updated: 08/16/17
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