Event Date: Mar 08, 2023

Recording | Related Resources

The Dementia-Friendly Canada project is a partnership between Alzheimer Societies across the country. The project is intended to grow dementia-friendly communities by creating a truly nation-wide impact. During this presentation the Dementia-Friendly Canada working group will talk about project highlights, the resources designed to support your dementia-friendly journey, the project’s evaluation findings, and discuss next steps for the project. To learn more visit: alzheimer.ca/dementiafriendlycanada

This project has been generously funded by the Government of Canada, administered by the Public Health Agency of Canada. The views expressed in this presentation do not necessarily represent the views of the Public Health Agency of Canada.



  • Sana Aziz, Provincial Coordinator, Dementia-Friendly Communities, Alzheimer Society of B.C.
  • Heather Cowie, National Project Manager, Dementia-Friendly Canada
  • Beth House, Lead, Dementia Friendly Communities, Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia
  • Stuart MacDonald, PhD, Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Victoria
  • Nicole McDonald, DFC Program Manager, Alzheimer Society of Manitoba
  • Susan Oster, Coordinator, Public Education Coordinator, Alzheimer Society Southwest Partners
  • Maggie Scanlon, Program Manager, Provincial Programs and Partnerships, Alzheimer Society Ontario
  • Erica Zarazun, Public Awareness Coordinator, Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan