Although dementia is most common in older adults, it can and does affect younger people. The Alzheimer’s Society of Canada states that approximately 564,000 Canadians are currently living with dementia. Of those affected, 16,000 are under the age of 65. With an aging workforce in Canada, there is a greater possibility of dementia in the workplace which, without proper awareness, can lead to an unfamiliar situation for both employers and employees. Take a look at the following article care of Workplace Strategies for Mental Health which provides information on awareness, recognition, risk management and supportive responses.