Canada's first national dementia strategy sets out a vision for the future and identifies common principles and national objectives to help guide actions by all levels of government, non-governmental organizations, communities, families and individuals. The actions undertaken to achieve the strategy's national objectives may evolve over time, but every action will bring Canada closer to the vision of a Canada in which all people living with dementia and caregivers are valued and supported, quality of life is optimized, and dementia is prevented, well understood, and effectively treated.
Oct 3-5, 2019 at the Quebec City Convention Centre this three day conference covers assessment, technology, cannabis, medical assistance in dying through the lens of dementia, human rights, person-centred care, pharmacology, blood pressure, biomarkers, prevention, improving quality of life and more. To learn more or to register click here.
Tuesday July 9th from 12-1PM EST join Amber Schiec and Marguerite Thomas as they discuss designing your own multi-faceted campaign to deliver the message to clients to walk more and to walk safely. To learn more or register click here.
Monday June 24th from 12-1PM EST join Mariel Ang and Daphne Kemp as they provide you with the information you need to create and set up your own Mock Potential Environmental Hazards Room regardless of your setting. They will provide the logistics in set up, promotion and how to engage staff, clients, families and/or public on environmental hazards and how they can react with more biological risk factors. To learn more or to register click here.
June 14, 2019 from 12-1PM EST. Join this Beyond the Break webcast presentation featuring Dr. Raymond Fung and Dr. Sandra Kim as they review the role of sex steroids in bone physiology; speculate about the effects of transgender hormone therapy on bone health and review recent data on bone health in transgender people. To learn more click here.
June 12, 2019 from 9-10AM EST. Join presenter Dr. Yaakov Stern for this webinar which aims to broaded your understanding of the cognitive reserve hypothesis and highlight recent evidence that supports the idea that specific genetic and lifestyle factors may help preserve a healthy brain or enhance brain reserve. To register click here.
Tues. June 11, 2019 from 12-1PM EST. Join this webinar presentation which will highlight which specialties are most likely to provide care to patients aged 65 and over; how intensively do physicians focus their practices on care for seniors and what types of medical care they provide. Register here.