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If you have an interest in or experience with dementia - including as someone living with it, a friend, family member, caregiver, or health and social care provider – this study wants your insights to help shape dementia research in Canada. Please share your knowledge and complete the quest...
A draft of the first three Quality Standards is available for feedback starting today until June 14, 2016. They are standards on schizophrenia, major depression and on the behavioural symptoms of people living with dementia. To read the first three Quality Standards, visit: http://www.hqontario....
The Alzheimer Society is asking for your help in order to identify existing and new resources that are needed to provide information and support at the time of young onset diagnosis and throughout the course of the disease. (An individual with young onset dementia is someone who has received a di...