Breaking Down Barriers: Dementia, Mental Illness, and Living Alone
November 29 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm EST| Free
Event for Professionals only.
The Alzheimer Society of Toronto, in partnership with Michael Garron Hospital and the Ontario Brain Institute, invites professionals working in the field of dementia to a day of discussion and resource sharing.
This event will engage in a range of discussions including:
- Effective pharmaceutical management
- Clients with a dual diagnosis of dementia and mental illness
- Living alone with dementia
- Toronto housing for seniors
- Dementia investments at a grassroots level
This event is an exciting learning opportunity for health professionals and front-line workers to gain further insight on better ways to serve the complex needs of our clientele.
Continental Breakfast and Boxed Lunch will be provided (by RSVP only)
*Due to ongoing construction in the area, paid parking is extremely limited. Utilizing TTC is strongly encouraged.
**Getting to Michael Garron Hospital: https://www.tehn.ca/your-visit/getting-here
REGISTRATION IS NOW FULL.
IF YOU WISH TO BE IN THE WAITING LIST, PLEASE EMAIL REMY AT firstname.lastname@example.org
Funded in part by the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program