Call to Mind: Listening to Family Caregivers - May 18th, 2022

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Call to Mind, University of Victoria

May is Family Caregiver Month in BC! It’s an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the family and friends who provide most of the care when we need it, yet are often unrecognized, unsupported and underappreciated. 

Please join us for a free event to honor caregivers—particularly those caring for family members living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. 

Debra Sheets, host of UVic's "Call to Mind" podcast, will host an evening of listening and dialogue about caregiving, love and memory loss. In this free in-person and livestream event, a distinguished panel of experts will lead a discussion about policy, research, supports and resources, and the challenges and joys of caregiving. . 

Wednesday, May 18, 2022   |  7:00PM to 8:30PM

Harry Hickman Lecture Theatre at UVic or online

This event is supported in part by UVic's Institute on Aging & Lifelong Health, the Faculty of Human & Social Development, and the Office of the Vice-President Research and Innovation.


DEBRA SHEETS  | Professor, School of Nursing, and researcher with UVic's Institute on Aging and Lifelong Health, UVic 


ISOBEL MACKENZIE  | BC Seniors Advocate 

JEN LYLE  | CEO, Alzheimer Society of BC 

BARB MCLEAN  | ED, Family Caregivers of BC  

BRENDA BROPHY  | Family caregiver & Call to Mind storyteller

Register here

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