Calgary crews get hands-on lesson on living with dementia

February 14, 2018
Written by CBC News
Feb. 14, 2018, Calgary - A group of Calgary firefighters took a hands-on course Tuesday designed to give them a sense of what it might be like to have dementia. The training at Station 29 in Coach Hill was part of the Brenda Strafford Foundation's Dementia Friendly Communities Project, a pilot project aimed at providing front-line dementia education to first responders. CBC News reports. |READ MORE

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