Toronto has joined the global movement to build a Dementia-Friendly Community™
In a Dementia-Friendly Community™, people living with dementia are included in all aspects of community life and their rights are respected. Community members, businesses, and organizations promote the independence and safety of people living with dementia by learning, raising awareness, and working together. The Alzheimer Society of Toronto’s goal is to educate the community so that our neighbourhoods are places where people living with dementia and their care partners feel valued and empowered.
Do You Represent an Organization or Business?
The 46,000 people living with dementia in Toronto and their care partners are your potential customers, clients, and neighbours. They may face challenges accessing your goods or services. Become a dementia-friendly business or organization today and learn how to better serve this growing segment of the local population.
How Do I Get Started?
- Tell us about your business or organization and why you want to become more dementia friendly
- We discuss your organization’s unique needs, outline the training program, and answer any of your questions
- Our expert facilitators deliver 2 hours of Dementia-Friendly Communities training for your staff
- A follow-up site visit is scheduled to provide additional support for your staff
What Are The Benefits?
If 75% or more of your organization, department, or team has received DFC training we provide you with the following benefits.
Become Dementia-Friendly Today
*The material was created by TCD, through the NEIL Programme at the Institute of Neuroscience with support from GENIO. © 2014 The Provost, Fellows, Foundations Scholars, and the Other Members of Board, of the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity Of Queen Elizabeth, near Dublin. Permission to use this material was granted by TCD which reserves all rights in the material.