Finding Your Way® is a program designed to help people living with dementia, their families, caregivers and communities to recognize the risk of going missing, be prepared for incidents of going missing, and ensure that people with dementia can live safely in the community.

The Alzheimer Society of Ontario is in the midst of creating a new resource for the Finding Your Way program, a "Living Safely with Dementia" toolkit. We are seeking feedback on potential topics for inclusion in the toolkit. This toolkit will cover various topics related to living safely with dementia, and can be used by people living dementia, care partners, families, and those who work with people with dementia. Your feedback is extremely valuable to us and we would appreciate if you could please answer the following questions below.

* 1. Please identify your connection to dementia:

* 2. What topics should be included in the toolkit to help people with dementia live safely in the community? Please select any that apply.

* 3. Are there any other topic areas that you would like to see included in the toolkit? If so, please list them in the box below, and feel free to provide a brief explanation.

* 4. If you would like to receive a follow up email or phone call based on your input from this survey, please enter your contact details below.

If you have any difficulties completing this survey, or if you have any questions or comments, please contact Kirstin Broders at kbroders@alzheimeront.org or 416-967-5900 x3647.

For more information about Finding Your Way, please visit findingyourwayontario.ca.

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