September 2013

New Resource! Aligning Leisure Practice with Culture Change!

Are you a recreation or leisure professional looking to incorporate the principles of Culture Change into your practice?

The Partnerships in Dementia Care Alliance is proud to share information from a day-long intensive workshop created by Co-Principle Investigator Dr. Sherry Dupuis, alongside Jennifer Carson and Dr. Colleen Whyte.

This resource explains the principles of culture change, their link to leisure practice and provides all the information necessary to lead or work through your own workshop with other recreation and leisure professionals.

Contest Opportunity! Walk with me...Changing the Culture of Aging in Canada Conference

Win a trip for two to Toronto to attend the Walk with me... Conference!

Engaged Older Adults/Residents Challenge

The Engaged Older Adults/Residents Challenge is an opportunity for older adults and others residing in long-term care, as well as older adults residing in retirement/independent living, and/or in community settings to share their vision for changing the culture of aging in Canada.

The PiDC Alliance is Hopping the Pond!

Co-Prinicipal Investigator of the PiDC Alliance, Dr. Sherry Dupuis is shortly to England for two exciting talks. 

First, Dr. Dupuis will be a keynote speaker at the opening of a new Research Institute on Dementia at Southampton  on Tuesday September 10th  from 3:00pm-4:30pm.  Detail about the DARE Network and the event here.

For more information on any of the PiDC Alliance initiatives, contact Sian Lockwood, Knowledge Translation Specialist.

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