All the latest news and stories about Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and the brain.
New Resource: Dementia Companion Handbook – Guiding your conversations with health-care professionals
Providence Health Care, in collaboration with Shared Care, released a guide for people living with dementia who also have other chronic conditions, to support communication with their health-care teams.
NexGen Hearing joins the global movement to creating a dementia-friendly community at Breakfast to Remember
Breakfast to Remember sponsor, NexGen Hearing, commits to educating staff members and creating a safe environment for clients affected by dementia. Hear what they have to share!
Upcoming webinar: Sensory experience of dementia
In an upcoming webinar, the session will provide useful information on how sensory changes affect a person’s ability to interact with the surrounding environment and perform routine tasks.
2023 Dementia-Friendly Legislature Luncheon
Advocates push for a coordinated approach to dementia care at the B.C. Legislature
Valley Mitsubishi leads community members to raise funds for Alzheimer Society of B.C.
Kim and Rick Wright, owners of Valley Mitsubishi, share on why their company continues to support Breakfast to Remember in Kelowna.
Guide to income tax and benefits: 2022 tax year
With taxes due on April 30, 2023 (extended to May 1, 2023 because April 30 is a Sunday), the Alzheimer Society of B.C. has prepared our annual guide to income tax and benefits to provide some basic tips that may be useful for people living with dementia and their caregivers.
Breakfast to Remember returns to Kelowna, Vancouver and Victoria!
Returning in-person for the first time since 2020, the Alzheimer Society of B.C. invites you to join business leaders from across the province at Breakfast to Remember in Kelowna, Vancouver and Victoria.
Call for nominations: Board of Directors with specific need for finance and audit experience
Apply to join our diverse Board of Directors and take part in the Finance and Audit Committee, who passionately brings experience and a rich skillset in finance, audit, risk, budgeting and governance skills.
Inaugural Dementia-Friendly Communities awards
British Columbians to be honoured at inaugural Dementia-Friendly Communities awards.
Statement on the FDA approval of lecanemab
Read our statement on the FDA’s approval of Alzheimer’s drug lecanemab.