Tyee contributing editor Crawford Kilian spends 2019 exploring the issue of dementia and brain health from every angle. The series is made possible by a grant from Bruce and Gail Macdonald. Readers are invited to help by sharing insights, experiences, research and resources. Email your contributions to info (at) thetyee (dot) ca with “dementia” in the subject line.
In This Series
One out of 15 Canadians over 65 live with it. Help The Tyee demystify it.
‘The End of Memory’ is a solid, clear introduction to a complex condition.
Their numbers in Canada top a million. Two share their stories in helpful books.
Diving into the research around brain health produces more questions than answers.
We spoke with three caregivers about their daily routines. Part of a series.
Caregiving is a ‘difficult journey that no one should travel alone.’ A special program in North Van helps.
New federal strategy on prevention and care has fine goals, but needs a lot more than $81 million for any hope of success.
If so, it sets a new standard, posing positive challenges for our health-care system.
Doctor Linda Lee on her outreach method that’s going national.
For all touched by memory loss epidemic, here is the first book to read. That includes politicians.
Suddenly, a laboratory glimpse of hope that Alzheimer’s could be reversed.
Touching base with people in the series on memory loss The Tyee ran last year.