One Man’s Mission to Break down a Disease He Lives With Daily
The best way to be educated about dementia is to learn from a person who is on the dementia journey themselves.
Tune in and learn from Jim Mann, recent recipient of an Honorary Doctor of Law degree from the University of British Columbia, in recognition for his dedicated advocacy work in helping break down the stigma that can often surround dementia.
Diagnosed at age 58 with Alzheimer’s Disease, Jim gives listeners deep insights from his lived experience.
As an advocate for the rights of people with dementia, he has been acknowledged as the single-most influential person in Canada for countering negative stereotypes and promoting an inclusive society in which persons with dementia can make an active and meaningful contribution.