The Canadian dementia challenge: Ensuring optimal care and services for those at risk or with dementia throughout the country. Feldman, H. & Estabrooks, C. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 2017.
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© 2017 Canadian Public Health Association or its licensor.In the next 15 years, Canada is predicted to face a doubling in its population affected by dementia. By 2038, an estimated 1.1 million Canadians will be experiencing dementia, with unprecedented impact on social, economic and health landscapes. In September 2015, the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences convened a Forum, with the specific thematic goals of reviewing progress towards effective dementia treatment and prevention, improved systems of care, advanced living and built environments, and impactful technology developments. The orientation of the Forum was to focus on potential solutions and advances in these areas. These areas are integral to the goal of a national end-to-end program, where all affected Canadians can be optimally supported in their communities and receive quality of care – regardless of where they live or who they are.
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