November 2, 2022

Strengthening BC’s Health Care Backbone: Oversight of the Work of Health Care Assistants

October 31, 2022

Project Update: Summary of Themes from Consultations on Engaging People Living with Dementia in Decision-Making

Introduction The Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL) is collaborating on a three-year project. Our goal is to change how healthcare decision-making is approached so that the rights of people living with dementia are respected and they participate as much as possible in the decisions that matter to them. The Read more…

September 16, 2022

Summary of themes for participant feedback (September 15, 2022)

February 9, 2022

Alzheimer Society of B.C Webinar – Dementia and Decision-making

On January 26, CCEL’s Krista James and Jess Fehrenbacher presented on the Engaging People Living with Dementia in Decision-making project alongside the Alzheimer Society of B.C. This webinar discusses legal rights relating to decision-making for people living with dementia, compare supported and substitute decision-making, and provide insights gathered from the Read more…

February 1, 2022

Freedom to Make Decisions

On December 1, 2021, the Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL) held a Disability Rights Gathering in Vancouver, BC. The gathering was a part of our Engaging People Living with Dementia Project. The goal of the project is to change how healthcare decision-making is approached so that people living with Read more…