With 564,000 Canadians currently living with dementia, according to the Alzheimer Society of Canada, nearly everyone is touched by this condition in their lifetime.
Those living with Alzheimer’s may include our parents, spouses, clients, co-workers, neighbours or grandparents, and they need us to understand more about the disease.
We all have something to learn or share about Alzheimer’s, as well as other forms of dementia. Join us on Alzheimer’s Learning℠ Day so together we can be better prepared to care for our friends and loved ones.
Register to Participate in Canada’s Alzheimer’s Learning Day
This event was featured in the Brampton Guardian due to the impact of this sickenss in Canadaian commmunity. Please read Brampton community to participate in Alzheimer’s Learning Day.
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