Jim Mann – Diagnosed with dementia in 2007 at age 58. Still pushing for a plan to improve the lives of over 70,000 British Columbians with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias AND their families and caregivers.
JIM'S PUSH FOR A PLAN TO MAKE ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE A B.C. PRIORITY
The Alzheimer Society of B.C., together with Jim Mann and the many families who are affected by Alzheimer's disease, are seeking action from the next B.C. government to develop and implement a comprehensive, funded dementia plan.
Let's make sure B.C. is prepared to meet the dementia related health-care crisis that will peak during the next four years.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
Join Jim and the Alzheimer Society of B.C. in helping make Alzheimer's disease a B.C. priority. How? B.C. goes to the polls in the next provincial election on Tuesday, May 14. Use the time between now and election day to talk to friends, co-workers and especially B.C. provincial election candidates. Let's elect candidates who support Jim's Push for a Plan.
We've made it easy for you to help support Jim's Push for a Plan with the resources in our Supporter's Toolkit.