For the general public
Education opportunities are available for the general public, formal caregivers and students. Understanding the disease can aid in supporting the person with the disease throughout its progression.
A resource library is available for the public to access. Books and videos are lent out, or can be browsed within our office.
In-services, workshops and presentations can be developed to meet your needs, and can vary in length. There is no cost for public education. Contact Rosemary Fiss, Manager of Education & Support Programs, at 519-974-2220 ext. 229 to make arrangements.
Last Updated: 11/08/2017