A culinary nutrition education program to support dementia risk reduction and living well with dementia. Offered virtually and in-person to participants at no cost.
The Cognitive Kitchen is a program led by registered dietitians Julie Beitel, RD, and RaDAR Investigator Dr. Allison Cammer, RD, from the University of Saskatchewan.
What, and when, is the Cognitive Kitchen?
- a 6-session cooking and nutrition education program to support dementia risk reduction, and living well with dementia,
- offerings scheduled based on rolling-intake proces up to July 2024,
- offered in-person, and virtually,
- led by a registered dietitian.
Who can participate?
- must be either an adult 55+ years of age interested in learning about dementia risk reduction, or a care partner of a person living with dementia, and,
- must live in Saskatchewan (priority is given to those living in a 150 Km radius of Yorkton).
How much does it cost?
- There is no cost to participate. Ingredients are provided for in-person programs, and receipts (up to $50/virtual session) can be submitted for reimbursement.
- contact project coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org or 306-966-5303 with any questions, or assistance to register for the progam,
- the program pamphlet provides more information,
- contact the team on facebook fb.com/cognitivekitchencoordinator
How to register:
- Complete the quick intake survey online
Cognitive Kitchen attendees are also invited to participate in an optional research study of the program. The research component is entirely voluntary. The research component of this program has received ethical approval from the University of Saskatchewan Behavioural Research Ethics Board (Beh #4108)