Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program (MAREP) has moved to the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging (RIA)
Thank you for your interest in the Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program (MAREP).
In fall 2018, MAREP moved its home base from the Faculty of Applied Sciences at the University of Waterloo to the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging (RIA).
As part of the transition, content on the previous MAREP website has moved over to a new MAREP section of the RIA website. The following links will take you to the RIA website so you can continue to access the MAREP content:
- A New Voice: Living Well with Dementia
- A Changing Melody
- By Us For Us (BUFU) Guides
- Dementia Care Education Series
- LIVING the Dementia Journey
- Managing and Accommodating Responsive Behaviours in Dementia Care
- I'm Still Here
If you have any questions or need help finding what you’re looking for, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the RIA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- July 25, 2017
Last month, Bill C-233, an Act respecting a national strategy for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, sponsored by the Honourable Rob Nicholson and Rob Oliphant, was passed. Canada will be the 30th country out of 194 members of the World Health Organization to implement a national dementia plan.
- June 6, 2017
Hi I am your assignment for today.
I know I am just one of many but I ask you to please take the time to know me. You see I once was also a nurse. That really doesn't matter as I am a human being. I come with an education and feeling. I am also a wife a mother, a grandmother and more. Please take the time to read my chart as you can gain much knowledge about me before you ever meet me. In it you will find my medical history, this may give you a glimpse of what to expect from me. It will tell you what is being treated now. Know full well that, that may not be my only problem.
- May 2, 2017
A Letter from the Chair
Hello, ODAG Members, Friends, and Supporters.
The last two months have been very interesting for people living with dementia. It is a time of policy changes, budget allocations and the broadening of the Council of Canadians with Disabilities to formally include people living with dementia.