I Can I WIll Program Through Alzheimer’s Disease International

“I Can I Will” Program

Through Alzheimer’s Disease International

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Dr Richard Taylor & Laura Bramly will discuss the “I  Can I Will”  Program

Another way to stand up and speak out. A way to benefit from the collective life experiences of kindred spirits living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.“I CAN! I WILL!” raises awareness about dementia, addressing the myths and stigmas that accompany a diagnosis of dementia, and enabling people living with dementia to be more open with others about their disability.

With support both from Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI), the I CAN! I WILL! Stand Up and Speak About Dementia project and website has moved from dream to reality.  It is a unique information resource about dementia and the people who live with it.  A place where people from all walks of life and countries can share their experiences with dementia finding hope and inspiration.

The goal of the I CAN! I WILL! is to become an “idea library.”  By reading the ideas posted on the website— AND contributing their own thoughts — people with dementia, care partners, professional carers, medical professionals, Alzheimer’s society/association members and others can say “I CAN!” and “I WILL!” to ideas that can impact their own lives, families and communities, and potentially, the world.






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