The Alzheimer Society of Canada’s Advisory Group of People with Dementia have published a Canadian Charter of Rights for People with Dementia. It is interesting because it pushes the reader to think about the societal assumptions and presumptions that flow from a diagnosis of dementia.  It is worth a read.  Thank you to my elder law colleague Linda S. Ershow-Levenberg for bringing this to my attention. 

Canadian charter of rights for people with dementia