It’s World Alzheimer’s Month, and COVID-19 restrictions have increased Jim Mann's time at home, allowing him to reflect on almost 15 years of living with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. Jim wrote some thoughts for his younger self to give that little bit of assurance that we all need.
2,830 steps for Gerryann! The Dillon family will do the Grouse Grind® as part of the Climb for Alzheimer’s to show Gerryann they are with her on this uphill journey.
This month, people around the province are doing the Climb for Alzheimer’s to raise funds to help make a difference in the lives of thousands of British Columbians. On September 19, Malik Dillon, his family and friends will join us in North Vancouver to climb the Grouse Grind® in honour of Malik’s wife, Gerryann.
Mild levels of hearing loss may increase the risk of cognitive decline and dementia. Join our webinar as we discuss the connection between hearing loss and brain health as we age.
Notice of the annual general meeting of members of the Alzheimer Research Foundation of B.C. ("the Foundation")
In September, as World Alzheimer’s Month is recognized around the world, the Alzheimer Society of B.C. is calling attention to the many challenges that British Columbians living with dementia, their caregivers and families have experienced over the past year.
With the federal election taking place on Monday, September 20, there has never been a better time to raise awareness of dementia in Canada.
Members of the “Rambling for Brad” Climb for Alzheimer’s team get together to climb and help raise awareness of dementia
For thousands of families in British Columbia, dementia is an uphill journey – and no one should have to do it alone. The Alzheimer Society of B.C. is there for people on every step of their dementia journey, and it’s people like Matt Gibson, Bill Hartley and the rest of their team who are helping to make that happen.
Neptune Terminals helps support the Alzheimer Society of B.C. in its vison to create a more dementia friendly society.
Read about why Neptune Terminals supports the Climb for Alzheimer’s and their commitment to giving back and making the North Shore community stronger.
British Columbians invited to hike and fundraise for this year’s Climb for Alzheimer’s to help people living with dementia.
The funds raised by the Climb for Alzheimer’s support the Alzheimer Society of B.C.’s programs and services such as a pilot online version of Minds in Motion®, a social and fitness program for people living with early-stage dementia and a care partner.