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DEMENTIA VENTURES
SOUNDBYTES SERIES
 

Hub Community Action That Builds Capacity 

The Dementia Ventures project empowers Hub Partners to build out inclusive community programming for all and adapt to include people living with dementia. They and their care partners want to remain socially engaged in meaningful activities. A collaboration with UBC’s Dr. Alison Phinney and her Building Capacity team offers financial, strategic and logistical resources so programs can welcome and support those with dementia and their care partners.

 

We celebrated midway in this initiative with a series of vibrant online community dialogues.

The theme was: “What it means to be an accepting and inclusive community.”

 

SoundBytes wants to share wisdom from those dialogues.

Here are our first nuggets. There will be many more!

NEW PERSPECTIVES

Shifting the conversation on dementia involves recognizing its gifts.
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BEACON *Shining Light on Dementia

An Initiative to build an inclusive congregation at Pacific Spirit United Church.
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LET'S TALK ABOUT DEMENTIA: THE FLIPPING STIGMA TOOLKIT
The CIHR Action Group came together and developed a toolkit to start a conversation about stigma and discrimination in dementia.
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LET'S TALK ABOUT DEMENTIA: THE FLIPPING STIGMA TOOLKIT
The CIHR Action Group came together and developed a toolkit to start a conversation about stigma and discrimination in dementia.
Follow us @westsideseniorshub
LET'S TALK ABOUT DEMENTIA: THE FLIPPING STIGMA TOOLKIT
The CIHR Action Group came together and developed a toolkit to start a conversation about stigma and discrimination in dementia.
Follow us @westsideseniorshub
POETRY
On the value of art in supporting the dementia journey...                                    
SUZUKI ELDERS
On the value of art in supporting the dementia journey...