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We provide lots of support for people with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, caregivers, family members, and care providers. Whether the diagnosis is recent, unknown, or longstanding, we are here for you throughout the journey.

Individual support

Telephone / Email Support: You can speak with or email one of our family support staff if you have specific questions or you wish to have regular ongoing contact.

Home Visits: Arrange to have family support staff visit you in your home or at another convenient location.

Office Visits: Arrange to meet family support staff at our Whitby office (NE Corner of Thickson & Champlain).

Satellite offices open in North Durham: Arrange to meet family support staff at one of our new satellite offices in Sunderland, Port Perry, Beaverton or Uxbridge.                                                     

Sunderland Community Health Centre
26 Church St. S. 
Brock Community Health Centre                  
720 Simcoe St., Room 117A
1st Friday of every month from 8:30am to 4:30pm  3rd Wednesday of every month from 1:00pm to 4:30pm   

Port Perry
Revera, Port Perry Villa, Kent Terrace
15987 Simcoe St. 

Uxbridge Municipal Offices
Main Floor | 51 Toronto St. S. 
2nd Wednesday of every month from 8:30am to 12:00pm  3rd Friday of every month from 8:30am to 4:30pm     

Please contact Family Support Coordinator, Rhonda Thompson at 1-888-301-1106 ext. 5241 or email to schedule an appointment at any of the above locations.

Referral to Community Services: We provide referrals to health care professionals and support services in our community. We will help you make sense of our often complex system of care and services.

Information Packages: You can receive a package by email or mail on a range of topics tailored to your needs, including diagnostic techniques, medications, caregiving issues and treatments.

Care Partner Support Groups

Early-Stage Support Groups: Education and support is extremely beneficial from the very early stages of the disease. For those in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease or related dementia, this confidential group offers an opportunity to learn more about dementia and how to address challenges that arise. We can also help to connect you with helpful resources and community services.

Care Partner Support Groups: Support groups are offered to family care partners and friends throughout Durham Region. Attending a meeting provides an opportunity to exchange information and concerns in a supportive environment with others who understand. Meetings last approximately two hours and are facilitated by family support staff and trained volunteers. We offer a selection of daytime and evening sessions in Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa, Bowmanville, Port Perry, Uxbridge, and Beaverton. If you have never attended one of our groups before, please call ahead to register. Click here to view a full list of our groups.


2018 Winter Calendar


ASDR Winter Calendar 2018 skiingClick here to view our 2018 Winter Calendar full of programs, services and educational workshops!

Remember Me


We have books, videos and information for children and teens. The Remember Me support program provides information and support to children aged 7 to 13 years.

Where No One Faces Dementia Alone

Last Updated: 01/23/2018