Expert: World Alzheimer's Day 2022

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Published: 21Sep2022

The World Alzheimer Report 2022 – Life after diagnosis: Navigating treatment, care and support, co-authored by experts from McGill University, focuses on the urgent need for significant improvements to essential post-diagnosis treatment, care and support services for the over 55 million people living with dementia across the globe and robust plans to support the forecast 139 million people by 2050.

Here is an expert from McGill University who can provide comment on this topic: 

Claire Webster, Founder of the McGill Dementia Education Program

“Innovative dementia education programs can help bridge the gap between academia and community by inviting people with lived experience into the classrooms in order to truly offer a patient-centered approach in education."

Claire Webster is a Certified Alzheimer Care Consultant (PAC), Certified Professional Consultant on Aging (CPCA), as well as a Conference Speaker and Educator in the field of caring for an individual with dementia.

claire [at] carecrosswalk.com (English, French)

Read the World Alzheimer Report 2022 – Life after diagnosis: Navigating treatment, care and support

Contact Information

Contact: 
Claire Loewen
Organization: 
Media Relations, McGill University
Email: 
claire.loewen [at] mcgill.ca
Mobile Phone: 
438-837-3735
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