December 8, 2016 – The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care has developed a discussion paper to engage Ontarians in a conversation about how to improve access to quality care for people living with dementia; and support those who care for them.
Virtually everyone in Ontario will be touched by dementia. CARP encourages everyone to give input into Ontario’s Dementia Strategy. Send your input to: [email protected]
Together, we can move dementia care toward a more person-centered care. Read this consultation paper to learn how, with the right supports available, people living with dementia and their care partners will be able to stay healthy and live well.
CARP Supports Patient-Centered Dementia Care
Over the past year, CARP has been fighting for a National Dementia Care Strategy that supports both formal and informal caregivers to ensure Canadians with dementia get the best possible care.
Has Dementia Changed Your Life?
Do you or someone you love have dementia? We want to hear from you – tell us how dementia has changed your life. Please share your story with us at [email protected]
Read about other provincial dementia strategies and action plans:
The Provincial Dementia Action Plan for British Columbia
National Perspectives and Alberta Dementia Strategy and Action Plan
Manitoba’s Framework for Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias
Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Strategy for Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias