Training and e-learning
- Incorporating the Canadian Dementia Guidelines into your practice: This course, accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada, aims to teach physicians how to incorporate the Canadian Dementia Guidelines into their practice.
- Dementia and disasters e-learning program: When planning responses to a disaster, what can be done to prepare to care for vulnerable older adults who are frail or who have dementia? This online resource, Emergency Management, Frailty, Dementia and Disasters: What Health Care Providers Need to Know is an e-learning program that helps health-care providers, administrators and policy makers understand the vulnerability of older adults, how emergency management applies to them, ways to improve emergency preparedness, and the role of health-care providers in protecting older people in emergencies and disasters. The program is hosted by the Canadian Dementia Resource and Knowledge Exchange and is available in both English and French.
- Canadian Dementia Resource And Knowledge Exchange (CDRAKE): A network of people dedicated to improving the quality of life for persons with dementia and their family members. CDRAKE and the Alzheimer Society of Canada co-host a number of webinars to share knowledge and resources about dementia. To listen to archived webinars, please click here.
- The Alzheimer Knowledge Exchange (AKE): An Ontario-based website that facilitates the exchange of information, innovation and expertise among caregivers, educators, researchers and policy makers.
- The Foundation for Medical Practice Education: Dedicated to the development, production and evaluation of educational programs for community-based family medicine and general practitioners.
- International Psychogeriatric Association.
- Sagelink: Online home of the Centre for Studies in Aging & Health at Providence Care. Sagelink is a web-based resource for geriatric patients, their caregivers and health professionals in south-east Ontario and beyond.
- The Alzheimer Society and beyond: A clinical review article in Canadian Family Physician journal, December 2011 issue that discusses the benefits of referring people with dementia and caregivers to the Alzheimer Society.
- 27th International Conference of ADI presentations: An overview of the presentations given during the 2012 Alzheimer's Disease International Conference that took place in London, UK.
Last Updated: 11/08/2017