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DITW

Dementia in the work force is becoming more common. 14% of the population were seniors in 2009, that number will grow to 25% by 2036.

  • Alzheimer's disease and other dementias are diseases of the brain that affect memory, thinking and behaviour.
  • Age is a risk factor for dementia.
  • More older Canadians are working than was the case in the past.
  • The disease can affect younger people as well.

The Alzheimer Society of Ontario has developed this resource for employers and employees as well as employees serving customers with dementia.

DITW

What would you do if you thought one of your employees had dementia?  

The following offers some advice

DITW

If you have been diagnosed with dementia and you’re still working, you may be concerned about letting your employer know you have the disease.

The following offers some advice.

DITW

What would you do if you’re torn between responsibilities at work and the demands of supporting someone with dementia? 

The following offers some advice

DITW

The number of people with dementia in Ontario is growing rapidly. Your business will likely deal with more customers who have dementia.

The following offers some advice



Last Updated: 03/28/14
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