Learn about changes to visitation restrictions for long-term care in B.C. and share your stories with us.
British Columbians invited to learn more about transitioning to long-term care while living with dementia
Learn strategies to help ease the transition and help prepare you for the move into long-term care during the Alzheimer Society of B.C.’s free hour-long webinar on April 14 at 2 p.m.
With taxes due April 30, 2021, this time can be challenging for people living with dementia and caregivers. To help navigate some of the complexities of the tax season, the Alzheimer Society of B.C. prepares an annual Guide to Income Tax and Benefits.
An exclusive Alzheimer Society conversation with the director of the Academy-Award nominated film, The Father
Florian Zeller’s film, The Father, follows a person’s journey with dementia openly revealing his challenges, emotions, disorientation and resilience throughout the progression and acceptance of his condition.
The Father is in theatres now and will be available on digital and on-demand this Friday, March 26.
Partner with Clark Wilson LLP discusses legal and health-care planning for people living with dementia in upcoming webinar
Upcoming webinar will talk about steps you can take now to ensure your legal, health-care and financial wishes are communicated, heard and respected later on.
This January, we hosted a special webinar on the impact of COVID-19 on people living with dementia in long-term care. Couldn't join us on the day? You can still watch the video and learn more about issues facing families in B.C.
Critical Alzheimer Society of B.C. fundraiser is led by volunteers close to the cause