To help improve the public's knowledge and understanding of Alzheimer's disease, The Gordie Howe C.A.R.E.S initiative will provide educational materials and events, including seminars, webinars, newsletters and counselling sessions.
Understanding Alzheimer's disease and how to cope with it are essential tools in our arsenal for combatting the significant stress, disruption and difficulties it causes in sufferers and their families.
These resources will be focused on improving coping skills, promoting disease management strategies, as well as sharing relevant, up-to-date research and program updates.
Understanding the challenges and needs of those afflicted with Alzheimer's disease is especially important for crisis workers and first responders.
That's why Gordie Howe C.A.R.E.S will host a wide range of educational seminars for public personnel such as police, EMS, CPS and social workers in order to arm them with up-to-date Alzheimer's information and dementia management best practices. Members of the public will also be able to attend.
Online seminars featuring medical doctors, researchers and healthcare professionals will also be regularly made available through our website.
Our newsletter will provide regular updates on Alzheimer's disease related information, research, programs and coping mechanisms. The newsletter is available in either digital or physical hard copy form.