The Canadian Indigenous Cognitive Assessment (CICA) team has recently been attending health fairs and treaty days in communities such as Carry the Kettle, Okanese, Piapot and Regina Urban Treat Days, and others to engage with the communities and share information on what CICA is and what it is all about. Community members gave us excellent feedback from sharing stories of family members who had dementia or have it, they had also expressed joy to see a project for Indigenous people with dementia coming together. During the month of June we also started the Nakota Advisory Group (NAG) with the Elders of Carry the Kettle Nakota Nation for the CICA project. We held an information session June 13th, 2018 at the community to gather information and sign up those who speak Nakota fluently or at least can help with translation. We had our first meeting for the NAG on July 5th and it went very well, the Elders that speak Nakota were eager to provide translations after being briefed in the Nakota CICA Screening Tools. The next meeting will be on July 25th at the Carry the Kettle’s Elders Lounge.