Our 2023 giving campaign shares a message of courage by showcasing the stories of people affected by dementia.
The Alzheimer Society of B.C. is committed to ensuring that the information we hear from people affected by dementia is reflected in all of our work, including our advocacy efforts.
B.C. Seniors Advocate report shows some progress, room for improvement in quality of care across publicly-subsidized long-term care homes
The Alzheimer Society of B.C. expands Yukon support services to include free dementia education and support groups
On November 16, Yukoners are invited to attend the free, two-hour, in-person dementia education to learn about dementia with an opportunity to share challenges that Yukoners are experiencing when affected by the disease.
Our November webinars aim to address communication challenges presented by dementia, offering education and insights to enhance the quality of life for people living with dementia and their caregivers.
After more than 26 years of service to the Alzheimer Society of B.C. as a staff person – and more beyond this as a volunteer – Barbara Lindsay will be retiring from her role as Chief Community Services and Engagement Officer later this fall. Paula Brill has been named as her successor.
To support Yukoners on the dementia journey, the Government of Yukon has partnered with the Alzheimer Society of B.C. to launch a new First Link® Yukon Dementia Helpline.
Upcoming webinars redefining support and connection to people affected by dementia.
80-year-old caregiver smashes fundraising goals at the Climb for Alzheimer’s