Our project exists because of Denis and other carers of persons living with Alzheimer's and other related disorders, whether they are partners, spouses, children, siblings, neighbours, or friends. Their experiential knowledge shapes the activities that we are developing and those that are being expanded and lie at the heart of What connects us-Ce qui nous lie.
Bridging differences through what connects us.
To collaboratively cultivate social and cultural environments worth living in, using shared activities and public events to:
- create an enriched web of resources in the local community;
- link arts/culture, mental health, and academic sectors; and
- help decrease stigma at the intersection of Alzheimer's and other related disorders, mental illness, and aging.