Dementia Dialogue - Francophone Episodes

Since 2021, Dementia Dialogue is proud to offer a French series called: “Les troubles neurocognitifs: parlons-en !”
In this series, they speak to Francophones with lived experience, caregivers, researchers, and stakeholders across Canada to better understand how individuals have adapted to living with dementia.
The goal is to inform, reduce stigma, and inspire people to continue living well. The production team for the French series comprises JoAnne Chalifour as the project manager, Ingrid Gagnon as the host, and Daniel Hubert as the sound technician.

Topics covered have included​:
  • Pandemic and health measures: a challenge for people with dementia, caregivers, and stakeholders
  • Dementia-Friendly Canada
  • Resilience and the importance of being able to access services in French
  • Living in the moment and enjoying life (Living with Lewy body dementia)
  • Adapt to live better! (Using arts as a way to cope with Parkinson's disease)
  • Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID)
  • The challenges of remote caregiving
  • Innovative models of residences for seniors living with dementia

 Click here to listen to the French podcasts 

Podcast Series: Young Onset Dementia

In partnership with Dementia Dialogue, brainXchange is proud to announce that we have produced a podcast series about Young Onset Dementia. Through this series we talk to people living with early onset dementia, care partners including spouses and young adult children and a geneticist who describes the genetics of young onset dementia and the process for genetic testing. We hope that by listening to the episodes, you will gain new insights and be moved by their stories, as we were.


Dementia Dialogue   

Podcast provides people with lived experience a way to share their stories with each other and the broader community. Listeners who have dementia, care partners, and others gain insight and strengthen their adaptive skills. Episodes also help the broader community understand what it means to live with dementia and how they can support people. 

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