Cognitive Kitchen

Project Update
April 2024

The Cognitive Kitchen is for:
Older adults interested in learning about dementia and nutrition risk reduction strategies to prevent dementia while developing or enhancing food literacy skills.

Caregivers of persons with dementia who are interested in learning about evidence-based nutrition risk reduction strategies while developing or enhancing food literacy skills.
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Program Delivery:
The program includes six sessions (with about 10 participants), including a food preparation and socialization component. Several program offerings will be delivered both in-person and virtually throughout the project.
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For more information on nutrition sessions, contact or (306)966-5303

Interested participants can complete the Cognitive Kitchen intake survey below (click on image).


If you are interested in learning more about this project, please contact:

Dr. Allison Cammer
Assistant Professor
College of Pharmacy and Nutrition
University of Saskatchewan

Julie Beitel
Registered Dietitian
Project Coordinator
University of Saskatchewan or