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We are here to answer any questions you may have about Alzheimer's disease and other dementias and mild cognitive impairment.

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Please feel free to contact us at

The Alzheimer Society of Durham Region (ASDR) welcomes your feedback. We proactively seek to discover our client’s experiences through surveys, focus groups, quality calls and through our Client Advisory Committee.

Hearing from you provides us the opportunity to consider ASDR’s activities and make changes that could improve our programs, services and operations.

All concerns and complaints follow a formal policy and procedures process. If you have comments about our services, and would like to share, please contact us at

Support Services and Groups: | 905-576-2567 ext. 5245

Education: | 905-576-2567 ext. 5228

Active Living: | 905-576-2567 ext. 5240

Events and Fundraising: | 905-576-2567 ext. 5231

Francophone Services: | 905-576-2567 

MINT Memory Clinics: 905-576-2567 ext. 5235

Young Onset Adult Day Program: 905-567-2567 ext. 5003

Visit us at the Alzheimer Society of Durham Region

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. (EST)

Address: 1600 Stellar Dr., Suite 202, Whitby, ON L1N 9B2

Phone: 905-576-2567

Toll-free: 1-888-301-1106

Fax: 905-576-2033


About us

Welcome to the Alzheimer Society of Durham Region! We hope you find it easy to locate the information you need, whether it’s the latest research, support for care partners or ways to keep your brain healthy.

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Programs and services

The Alzheimer Society of Durham Region can help you by providing information, resources, education, support and counselling. Use this page as your guide to finding the care and support you may need.

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Our vision, mission and values

Alzheimer Society of Durham Region provides help for today by working with local and regional agencies to meet the needs of people living with dementia. We also provide support and education programs for people living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, their family and care partners.

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