Institutions receive funding from Canada for Dementia-related projects

The Government of Canada has invested over $9.5M into a variety of projects that support Canada’s national dementia strategy and will focus on raising awareness about dementia and creating inclusive communities. Projects funded by Dementia Strategic Fund include up to approximately $379K for Cégep de Drummondville’s work on stigmatization prevention, $612K for Conestoga College’s work on increasing inclusiveness through social relationships, and $716K for Simon Fraser University’s work on mobility for those living with dementia. McGill University is receiving up to approximately $758K through the Dementia Community Investment to adapt and enhance its Dementia Education Program to fit the COVID-19 context. Canada| Canada (Backgrounder) Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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