Brock University Panel On Demystifying Dementia Postponed Due To Weather

Panel was scheduled for this Thursday, November 15th evening

A Message from Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario

Posted November 15th, 2018 on Niagara At Large

Due to travel and weather advisories, Brock University has decided to postpone tonight’s panel Demystifying Dementia and will reschedule the event for a future date.

“We have been monitoring the Environment Canada weather forecasts all morning,” said Sid Segalowitz, Director of the Jack and Nora Walker Canadian Centre for Lifespan Development Research at Brock. “The health and safety of guests is our first priority.”

The primary concern is driving conditions for people travelling to campus and home following the event.

 “There has been overwhelming interest in this topic and we were expecting a full house,” said Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Dean, Peter Tiidus. “We have already started looking at schedules and will announce a new date soon.”

Anyone who had registered for the Demystifying Dementia event will be given direct notice when a new date is selected.

For any questions about the event, please contact Jayne Morrish at

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