We are a group of resilient people living with the changes attributed to various forms of dementia who are joining together into a Connecticut based peer coalition.  We are an independent voice of people living with dementia banded into a group run by and for people with dementia.  The DPC creates opportunities for peers living with dementia to support and empower one another in four areas:  peer support, advocacy, community education, and research


Empowerment, Equality, Inclusion, Access, Resilience, Meaning, Purpose

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DPC Advocates In Action

Representatives of the Dementia Peer Coalition (DPC) and LiveWell presented to the Connecticut Senate members of the Aging Committee in support of SB 827, An Act Concerning Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Training and best practices. Bob Savage, founder of the DPC and a person living well with dementia, and Erica DeFrancesco, Director of Community Education … Continue reading DPC Advocates In Action

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Check out this video by co-founders Bob Savage and Stephani Shivers which debuted at the Leading Age National Conference in New Orleans, October 2017. This trailer was for the SPARK event for the Larry Minnix National Leadership Academy.

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