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Innovations: Enhancing Ability in Dementia Care is published three times a year by the Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program (MAREP). This newsletter reflects the goal of MAREP to enhance the ability of all involved in dementia care, including persons with dementia, their partners in care, and formal care providers, to respond to the needs of persons with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and ultimately improve the quality of life of persons with dementia and their families. Innovations is no longer being offered in hard copy.

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Recruiting participants for new project

We’re researching how businesses can engage people with dementia meaningfully and respectfully in the design, testing, and commercialization of apps intended for their use. For this research, we’re looking for people living with dementia to use, test, and provide feedback on a digital memory aid currently being developed. Follow the link for more information.

 
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Innovations is published three times a year by MAREP, an innovative program that adopts a partnership approach and integrates research and educational activities in an effort to improve dementia care practices
in Canada and beyond. The goal of MAREP is to enhance the ability of all involved in dementia care, including persons with dementia, their family partners in care, and professional care partners, to respond to the needs of persons living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and ultimately improve the quality of life and well-being of all those experiencing dementia.
 
Innovations is designed to provide accurate information. Although the information presented and the opinions expressed are gathered from sources thought to be reliable, their accuracy and correct interpretation cannot be guaranteed.