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We are looking for volunteers to join our Board of Directors

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Take action

You can get involved and support the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories in lots of ways, including volunteering, fundraising, advocating and donating.

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Anything for Alzheimer's

The Anything for Alzheimer’s program gives anyone the ability to support people affected by dementia through hosting their own fundraising events or challenges.

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Leave a Legacy

Setting up a legacy gift allows you to make a lasting difference in the lives of those touched by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias while still supporting those you love.

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Volunteer

Want to make a difference in the lives of people living with dementia? Share your time and skills with the Alzheimer Society and become a volunteer today!

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Discover the ASANTcafe.ca

This fall, join us for monthly live webinar's!

Live WebinarsOur ASANT Cafe has a entire online education section
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What is aducanumab?

Aducanumab is the newest clinical treatment for Alzheimer’s disease in nearly two decades, recently approved in the U.S. It is not yet approved in Canada. Find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions about aducanumab below.

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Dementia Lives Here

Meet Roger. He lives with dementia and would like to tell you how community support has made a difference in his life.

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Dementia Journey Survey

The Alzheimer Society of Canada, in partnership with the College of Family Physicians of Canada, is asking you to participate in this 20-minute survey to help us understand your experience with the care you receive from your family physician or other healthcare providers.

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Support Groups

We offer several support groups to share feelings and experiences, exchange practical coping strategies, and participate in discussions about the disease and its progression. If you are looking for a support group, please connect with the regional office near you to find out what groups are available.

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