Canadian Conference on Dementia Care2016-11-22T11:09:56+00:00

JUNE 8-9, 2016 | TORONTO

Mental health care has emerged as one of the most pressing issues facing governments, long-term care operators, and health care professionals across the province and country. The number of Canadians diagnosed with dementia is set to dramatically increase – placing an ever greater strain on services and quality of senior care. The Alzheimer’s Society of Canada estimates that the number of those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, will increase from 750 000 in 2016, to 1.4 million by 2031.


2016 Canadian Dementia Care Conference Chair:

Dan Levitt

Dan Levitt
Executive Director, Tabor Village
Adjunct Professor, Gerontology, Simon Fraser University

Insight Information’s Canadian Conference on Dementia Care has been developed to be a flashpoint of innovation. The event brings together stakeholders from both the public and private spheres to discuss and discover solutions to a growing demand for a dementia care strategy. Featuring keynote speeches, panel discussions, and case studies, the conference offers an opportunity to connect and learn from the sector’s leading innovators and experts.