Dementia Inclusive in Leading Age Magazine

In the News  |  November 20, 2019

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CLC and Cappella are committed to reducing the stigma of dementia and are utilizing our public education program, Dementia Inclusive, in order to increase public awareness of the disease and enact positive change around it.

Read more about the platform, and about how other organizations like ours are collaborating for the benefit of community, in the November edition of Leading Age magazine.

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