The Dementia Journey Survey


The Alzheimer Society of Canada, in partnership with the College of Family Physicians of Canada, is asking you to participate in this 5-minute survey to help us understand your experience with the care you receive from your family physician or other healthcare provider.


One of the lead investigators, Ngozi, shares a happy moment with her father who lives with dementia.

Thank you for your interest in participating in our Dementia Journey Survey. The Survey has now closed, and we are currently evaluating the results. Once complete, we will share our findings on this page!

Other ways to get involved

Although this study is now closed, there are many other ways for people with lived experience of dementia to make an impact in our work – whether you are a person living with dementia or a care or support partner.

To find out more, check out our Advisory Group, or speak to a member of our team:

  • Email us at [email protected], or
  • Call us at 416-847-2963, and ask to speak to Natasha Jacobs, our Advisory Group Lead.

Our Advisory Group of People with Lived Experience of Dementia

Our Advisory Group of People with Lived Experience of Dementia is a community of people who guide the Alzheimer Society of Canada. By drawing on their personal stories of living with or supporting people with dementia, our members can share their voices to change how dementia is understood and treated in Canada.

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Group of happy seniors in the park.

Race and dementia

At the Alzheimer Society of Canada, we work to change the lives of those living with dementia. However, we need to do more to combat systemic oppression. Here is how we are changing.

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We're changing how we see, discuss and learn about race and dementia in Canada.

10 priorities for dementia research in Canada

Research is vital to finding better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat dementia and improve the quality of life of those affected by it. A recent study identified 10 priority areas for Canadian dementia researchers and research funding organizations.

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10 dementia research priorities according to Canadians affected by dementia.