Community Presentations

RaDAR Summit 2023

The following video presentations were recorded for the virtual RaDAR Summit (Rural Dementia Action Research) held in November 2023.

Dementia Supports in Rural Saskatchewan – University of Regina, Saskatchewan Public Health Evaluation and Research Unit

Rural Dementia Action Research – RaDAR Memory Clinic in Esterhazy

UofS Île-à-la-Crosse project in collaboration with the Sakitawak Elders Group.

Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan – Support Changes Everything

RaDAR Summit 2022

The following video presentations were recorded for the virtual RaDAR Summit (Rural Dementia Action Research) held in November 2022.

SaskAbilities – Dementia Friendly Life Enrichment Program

Rural Dementia Action Research – RaDAR Memory Clinics

Godfrey Dean Art Gallery – Belong Where You Find Yourself

The following video presentation, Dementia in Rural Saskatchewan: Successes & Challenges, was recorded by Dr. Bonnie Jeffery for the RaDAR Summit (Rural Dementia Action Research) held in November 2022:

Dementia Supports in Rural Saskatchewan: Successes & Challenges

RaDAR Summit 2021

The following video presentations were recorded by Collaborating Organizations of Dementia Supports in Rural Saskatchewan for the virtual RaDAR Summit (Rural Dementia Action Research) held in November 2021.

Godfrey Dean Art Gallery – Belong Where You Find Yourself

SaskAbilities – Dementia Friendly Life Enrichment Program

Parkland Valley Sport, Culture & Recreation District – Needs Assessment

City of Yorkton – Public Indoor Facility Audit

Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan – Community Changes Everything

The following video presentation, Survey on Awareness and Knowledge of Dementia in Rural Saskatchewan, was recorded by Dr. Bonnie Jeffery for the RaDAR Summit (Rural Dementia Action Research) held in November 2021:

Dementia Supports in Rural Saskatchewan – Survey on Awareness and Knowledge of Dementia in Rural Saskatchewan

Lunch & Learn

This video presentation on Implementing a Collective Impact Approach provides an overview of the project presented by Dr. Bonnie Jeffery and Dr. Nuelle Novik. The event took place at the Social Policy Research Centre’s virtual Lunch & Learn Series in March 2021:

Lunch & Learn
Click here to watch the video presentation on Implementing a Collective Impact Approach.

Community Webinars

These slide presentations provide information for organizations and businesses interested in participating in Dementia Supports in Rural Saskatchewan. These virtual presentations took place in April & May 2020:

Community Webinar #1 – Project Overview

Community Webinar #2 – Collective Impact & Funded Project Requirements

Community Webinar # 3 – Building Awareness of Dementia

Community Webinar #4 – Examples of Interventions Related to Dementia Supports