Registration is Now Open for the 2024 IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer's!
We talk about the crucial aspects of legal affairs, charitable giving, and the lasting impact these considerations can have on families going through a dementia journey.
Consistent with our values the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories (AS AB/NT) is dedicated to collaborating across our communities and amplifying the voices of people with lived experience to maximize our impact. We believe a vibrant membership base is a strong foundation for the organization.
Palliative care has evolved significantly over the years. Julie Desautels, the Palliative Care Learning Specialist at the Alzheimer Society, explains that palliative care encompasses a broader perspective, reaching beyond terminal illnesses to include those with chronic conditions like dementia.
We feel your impact. Read to see inspiring stories of philanthropy in action in advancing dementia communities.
Campus Alberta Neuroscience and the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories are excited to announce the second annual Hope for Tomorrow Research Competition. This competition encourages research that can improve the lives of people living with dementia and care partners.
The Roger Marple Volunteer Award has been established, in consultation with Roger, to recognize a volunteer who exemplifies the qualities and efforts Roger Marple embodied in his daily life and his work on behalf of the Alzheimer’s Society and those living with dementia.
A conversation with Arlene Huhn, Team Manager of Client Services at the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories
In this inaugural Cognitive Connections episode, we meet Joanne, a remarkable individual who shares her personal journey with dementia.
Whether you're living with dementia, a family member, a care partner, or someone seeking to understand dementia, this podcast is for you. Join us on October 10th for our first episode!
Legacy Donor Kathleen Virginia Brown
A program that claims to reverse Alzheimer’s disease is growing in popularity, despite lack of evidence that it works.