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This election, help make a national dementia strategy a health-care priority This election, help make a national dementia strategy a health-care priority This election, help make a national dementia strategy a health-care priority This election, help make a national dementia strategy a health-care priority

By 2031, 1.4 million Canadians will have dementia. That’s less than 20 years away.

Canada needs a national dementia strategy to curb the social, economic and personal costs of this disease and to better prepare us for the future.

What does a national dementia strategy mean to fellow Canadians?

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. Without a plan to deal with the growing number of Canadians with dementia, we will all experience its impact. - Jim Mann

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Ready to take action?

Before Canadians go to the polls on October 19, 2015, we want to open the dialogue and build a foundation for working together with elected representatives post-election. Here's how you can help:

Pledge your support for a national dementia strategy

Commit to a national dementia strategy:

Become an advocate for a national dementia strategy


Last Updated: 10/27/15
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