Please provide your feedback to alberta health services:
The Alberta Seniors Health Strategic Clinical Network™ is gathering input from older adults, their caregivers, and clinicians on the issues that they feel are most important for future research in seniors’ health.
If you live or work in the province of Alberta and are:
- an older adult (65 years of age or older) or
- a caregiver of an older adult or
- work as an agency representative or clinician serving older adult.
You can provide your answers online here. Participation is voluntary and your confidentiality and anonymity will be protected by the study team.
Your responses will help to shape the direction of future research on seniors’ health in Alberta. If you are interested or would like more information, please visit the Seniors Health SCN website (www.ahs.ca/seniorshealthscn) or contact Billy Zhao, Project Coordinator, by telephone (403-944-3274) or email (email@example.com).
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
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.