Cultivating a Calgary community that is a supportive, innovative environment where people impacted by dementia can live life well.
Dementia Network Calgary is a growing multi-stakeholder group of knowledgeable, capable, and passionate individuals from across public, private, and nonprofit sectors in Calgary and area that is taking a cross sector, collaborative approach to tackling the complex challenge of dementia.
We are Growing!
The Conversation Cafe is expanding to a second location in SW Calgary.
So.....we need volunteers! Do you love to meet new people? Do you have some experience with people with a dementia diagnosis? Are you willing to volunteer one afternoon a month for 3 hours?
If this sounds like you, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canadian Dementia Network
On behalf of the newly formed Canadian Dementia Network for people living with dementia and care partners we would like to invite you to take our survey and welcome you to join our group. There is no cost to join. After the survey answers have been analyzed, we will be following up with you to share the results.
Please click HERE to take this very quick survey.
Objectives of Group
- One of the objectives of this group is to connect with other people with lived experience across Canada. We are not trying to compete with or replace the Alzheimer Societies or other such organizations. In fact, we want to collaborate with them and support the work they’re doing. However, we think we have value as a distinct and separate entity.
- Another objective is to examine the topics being considered by the Public Health Agency of Canada in the development of the National Dementia Strategy. One of the survey questions lists these topics. Please don’t be concerned if the topics seem vague and others seem to overlap. We will be offering more information about of these topics so that everybody understands them better. In the meantime, click HERE to view the newly released report from the conference, National Dementia Conference – Inspiring and Informing a National Dementia Strategy for Canada, for your reference.
A chance to get out socially, meet new people and enjoy conversation. Everyone is welcome including people impacted by dementia. There is no speaker, no agenda, just a chance to have a coffee or a beer and get out of the house.
1918 Kensington Road NW
2pm to 4pm
The second Tuesday of the month!
Brought to you by: Gordie Howe C.A.R.E.S.
Coffee and Tea sponsored by: Home Instead