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Dementia Education Program Newsletter

Dementia Resources

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McGill Cares Webcasts

During candid, 30-minute interviews with leading experts, Claire Webster explores topics related to caring for a loved one with dementia.

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Dementia Companion Guide

This free educational resource is available to view as a flipbook or to download and print.

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Dementia Activity Booklet and Video Capsules

A very engaging virtual toolkit that offers over 40 recreational activities, also brought to life in a new series of video capsules.

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Public Lectures

We partner with trusted community-based organizations to offer public lectures, both in person and online.

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Workshops for Care Partners

We have developed community workshops to educate & support family care partners looking after a loved one with a dementia-related illness. 

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Total e-Learning

TOTAL eLearning is an online education program, comprised of ten modules on various dementia-related topics.

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World Alzheimer Reports

A team of experts at McGill University was commissioned by Alzheimer’s Disease International to deliver both the 2021 and 2022 editions of the World Alzheimer Report.

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Trusted Resources

We have compiled a list of trusted resources to support people with dementia, their care partners and their family.

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