A Christmas to Remember

A Christmas to Remember is a virtual auction to raise funds for the Alzheimer Society of Cornwall & District. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to do your Christmas shopping and support a great cause.

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A Christmas to Remember

People living with dementia need you like never before. Give local today! ❄️

Help the Alzheimer Society ensure care partner's have access to education, counselling, & other programs! This year, when you donate a minimum of $50, you can opt-in to receive a 2023 Wall Calendar!

Donate today & claim your 2023 wall calendar!
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Support Groups

Gather in small groups to receive education, learn from others' experiences, and not feel alone.

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Support Groups

Minds in Motion

Improve your physical and mental health while building a stronger social network with fellow participants.

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Minds in Motion

Adult Day Program

This program is available to individuals of any age with a probable or confirmed diagnosis of dementia. It provides a chance to enjoy activities designed to enhance well-being in a safe and supportive setting.

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Fun at day program

Help for Hope Lottery

This year, we will be awarding a Grand Prize of $5,000, as well as two Early Bird prizes of $500 each! Tickets are $10 each or 3 for $25. Buy your tickets now!

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Help for Hope Lottery

A Christmas to Remember

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to do your Christmas shopping and support a great cause. Buy your tickets today at the Alzheimer Society or at the Army-Navy Club in Cornwall.

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A Christmas to Remember

Finding Your Way®

Finding Your Way® helps people living with dementia, their families, caregivers and communities to recognize the risk of going missing, be prepared for incidents of going missing, and ensure that people with dementia can live safely in the community.

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First Link®

First Link® is a reference protocol for doctors and healthcare professionals working with people with Alzheimer’s or related diseases.

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Access Dementia Resources in Other Languages

Hindi, Mandarin and Cantonese are some of the most-spoken languages in Canada. Find essential facts about dementia in multiple languages.

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