Becoming Dementia-Inclusive

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

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

This means people living with dementia, their caregivers and families can continue to live well in the community feeling welcomed and supported. As a business or service organization, you have the power to help make our region a more inclusive place.

By completing our dementia-inclusive training session you will learn about the types of dementia, warning signs and communication tips, prevention, and how small changes within the environment can make a big impact for a person living with dementia —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.

The training session is 30-45 minutes long and can be delivered in-person, virtually or on-demand. Click the link to register for a session or find out more.

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Care Facilities

Dementia-inclusive retirement homes and long-term care facilities.

Community services and centres

Resources that help you remain active in the community. Examples include town hall and senior centres.


Dementia-inclusive entertainment options across The 613. Examples include art galleries and museums.

Healthcare & Caregiver Support Services

Resources that support living well with dementia. Examples include health clinics, home care services and caregiver resources.

Legal & Financial

Resources that support your legal and financial needs.

Safety Monitoring

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


Sale of goods and services to consumers in The 613.  Examples include local shops, grocery stores, and pharmacies.


Dementia-inclusive transportation options and traveling across The 613.