Becoming dementia-inclusive

Help make the 613 a more dementia-inclusive place to live.

Find out how to become dementia-inclusive

At the Dementia Society, we believe that no one should face dementia alone™.

That means continuing to live well in the community with a diagnosis of dementia or memory trouble. Staying social and engaged can help delay and slow dementia. You have the power to help make our region a more inclusive place for people living with dementia, their caregivers and families.

By learning to recognize the symptoms and behaviours brought on by dementia, and to support people living with dementia so they can continue to live meaningful lives in the community—shopping, dining, accessing recreational or other services—you can help to make the 613 area a better, more inclusive community. People living with dementia and their caregivers and families are your customers, clients and neighbours. Help them access your goods and services by becoming dementia-inclusive.

“I don’t want to be treated differently from other people, I want people to act with understanding”

– Person living with dementia

“Kind words, time and attention go a long way! If people treat people well, it’s about consideration”

– Person living with dementia

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Fitness, Exercise & Learning

Resources that help you remain active and challenge your brain as you learn more.

Food & Beverage

Resources to help keep food on the table or for dementia-inclusive dining.

Health, Wellbeing & Caregiver Services

Resources that support living well with dementia.

Housing & Transportation

Dementia-friendly housing options and traveling across The 613.

Legal & Financial

Resources that support your legal and financial needs.

Safety Monitoring

Organizations, businesses and services that support living safely at home.