The following resources have been created by project team members and Collaborating Organizations of Dementia Supports in Rural Saskatchewan:
A booklet of conference posters presented by project team members during the 2022 Canadian Association on Gerontology conference. Read the booklet: here.
The Yorkton Facilities Age- & Dementia-Friendly Audit Report was completed in September 2021. Read the full report: here.
The Dementia Knowledge Survey Infographics illustrate findings from the Dementia Knowledge Survey Report. Download the infographics here.
The Dementia Knowledge Survey Report presents key findings about population level knowledge and levels of stigma related to Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia in Yorkton and surrounding rural area. Download Report here.
The policy brief, Enhancing Social Inclusion for Older Adults Living with Dementia: A Community-Based Collective Impact Approach in Rural Saskatchewan is featured on the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy’s website. Read here.
This Needs Assessment Report is an environmental scan of existing services, as well as a needs assessment for future services identified as not currently in existence, or not adequate to meet the needs of rural residents living with dementia. Download Report: here.