(For press releases related to the Cracked play please see Cracked: New Light on Dementia)


Culture Change Launch at the Willowgrove LTC. (2015, July). snapd Hamilton.


Zink, B. (December 2014). Culture change knowledge translation toolkitKMbUpdates.  

Eng, S. (2014, September 8). Canadian healthcare needs to tackle dementia. Huffington Post.

Dupuis, S. L. (2014, April 22).  Changing language changes perception of people with dementia. Ontario Long Term Care Association, Toronto. 

Research Institute for Aging. (2014). Walk with me changing the culture of aging (Newsletter), June 2014.


Public ‘still very afraid’ of dementia, researcher says. (2013, September 24). The Hamilton Spectator

The language of culture change. (2013, July 23). Schlegel Villages Village Voice.

Huron County healthcare workers collaborate with university researchers. (2013, January 18). Focus News Magazine.

Yee Hong Markham collaborates with universities to improve care for people living with dementia. (2013, January 15). Media Release.


Conversations, education key to culture change at Wentworth Heights. (2012, September 4). Schlegel Villages Village Voice.

Update on the Partnerships in Dementia Care (PiDC) Alliance: Wentworth Heights(2012, Fall). Innovations.

PiDC at Bloomington Cove. (2012, June). Partnerships in Dementia Care Alliance.

Update on the Partnerships in Dementia Care (PiDC) Alliance. (2012, Spring). Innovations, 11(1), pp.2.

Huron County culture change coalition changing the culture of dementia care. (2012, January 25). The Exeter Times Advocate.

Appreciative approach to dementia research is truly collaborative: research project honours the gifts and strengths of those living with dementia. (2012, January 20). Axiom News.

Authentic partnerships reshaping dementia care: appreciative inquiry at the root of cutting-edge research project.  (2012, January 20). Axiom News.


Education on-going at Schlegel Villages. (2011, November 22). Schlegel Villages Village Voice.
PiDC team pilots newly revised “CARE Profile” tool. (2011, Fall). Innovations, 10(2), pp.1.

Partnerships in Dementia Care (PiDC) Alliance celebrates launch of first “Culture Change Coalition(2011, Fall). Innovations10(2), pp.2.

Preserving the dignity of those with dementia. (​2011, Summer). University of Windsor Alumni Magazine, pp. 21.

Future directions: health promotion & prevention, non-pharmacological treatments and culture change in dementia care. (July, 2011). Health Horizon, 14, pp. 4.


Changing culture in long-term care. (2010, Fall). University of Waterloo, Applied Health Sciences, News to You, pp.7.

The PiDC Alliance: bringing culture change to long-term care. (2010, Spring). Innovations, 9(1), pp. 1-2.

Announcements.  ​(2010, Spring). Faculty of Nursing News, 3(1), pp.1.

& Mental Health and Addictions Program Research Newsletter, pp.3.

Research alliance will improve dementia care. (2010, February 8). UW Daily Bulletin

McMaster joins research partnership to facilitate change in dementia care. ​ (2010, ​February 5). McMaster University, Faculty of Health Sciences News.

Govt. of Canada announces new Partnership in Dementia Care Alliance. (2010, February 4). University of Waterloo, Applied Health Sciences News.

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

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