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Dementia Connections and Rare Dementia Support Canada announce new information sharing collaboration.

Rare Dementia Support (RDS) Canada and Dementia Connections are pleased to announce a new collaboration to enable access to a free archive of all past issues of Dementia Connections Magazine.

RDS Canada’s vision is for everyone living affected by a rare dementia to have access to the right information, tailored and continuous support and to be able to connect with others in a space of mutual respect and understanding.

Rare Dementia Support (RDS) Canada is a free information and support community for people affected by a rare dementia diagnosis. Through education, support and research RDS Canada offers a supportive community for individual and families affected by diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia (FTD), young onset Alzheimer’s disease (YOAD), primary progressive aphasia (PPA), posterior cortical atrophy (PCA), Lewy body dementia (LBD), familial frontotemporal dementia (fFTD), and familial Alzheimer’s disease (fAD).

Now, all RDS Canada members and all Canadians can access evidence-informed information about dementia research and the impacts of dementia that is both valuable and grounded in the varied voices of those who are living the experience.

Dementia Connections Magazine

Inspiring stories, expert advice and the latest developments in dementia care and research.

This collaboration aligns with RDS Canada’s vision is for everyone affected by a rare dementia to have access to the right information, tailored and continuous support and to be able to connect with others in a space of mutual respect and understanding.

All eleven past issues of Dementia Connections Magazine are available, opensource, through the Nipissing University Harris Learning Library and in the member area of the RDS Canada website.

GET MORE INFORMATION

To view all past issues of Dementia Connections Magazine go to the Nipissing University Harris Learning Library.

Or become a member at Rare Dementia Support Canada (it's free!) and view all past issues in the Member Area of their website.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Rare Dementia Support (RDS) Canada provides a free information and support service for people living with, or affected by, a diagnosis of rarer or young onset dementia. We are a community of people in similar circumstances and specialist practitioners providing timely and tailored practical, emotional and social support.

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