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This program is funded through an Ontario Trillium Foundation Grant 


Our Partners:

If your organization wishes to get involved with the Alzheimer Society of Perth County Minds in Motion Program please contact Pamela Balfour, MIM Coordinator at 519-271-1910 or pbalfour@alzheimerperthcounty.com

Pilot Program Development Partners
Important start-up funds from the Ontario Brain Institute enabled the Alzheimer Society of Ontario to develop and facilitate the initial launch of the program. Funding has also been provided by the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport.
The Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging developed the physical activity framework and program curriculum and will provide training to the physical activity program leaders, either directly or through the training of regionally-based trainers.
A team from Brock University’s Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies developed the mental stimulation and meaningful activity framework for the program.
Older Adult Centres Association of Ontario is prepared to support the delivery of this program in their local centres.

Parks and Recreation Ontario, a provincial membership-based association, is supporting the project by engaging their municipal and non-profit recreation members.

A team from the University of Waterloo’s Kinesiology Department, is leading the evaluation of the Minds in Motion® pilot project.


We also wish to thank Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care for advising the Alzheimer Society of Ontario on the use of a Therepeutic Recreation framework for inclusion in Ontario's Minds in Motion program.


Last Updated: 11/08/2017