Every January ASDR recognizes Alzheimer’s Awareness Month by encouraging organizations and individuals to learn more about dementia and its impact on those living with the disease.
Would you like to be part of a passionate Board of Directors dedicated to improving the quality of life of those living with dementia in Durham Region?
By the time you’re 65 years old, you have an eight per cent chance of receiving a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias.
The Alzheimer Society of Durham Region is open and offering services and programs both in-person and virtually.
Looking for the latest information about support and education, active living, séances en français, fundraising, events and more?
Strategic investments in specialized community-based nursing, such as the CGNS project, propose to create tangible improvements to the health-care system to achieve better health outcomes, better care experiences, better client, caregiver & provider engagement in care & better value & efficiency.
First Link® is a program that gives persons living with dementia, their care partners and family a direct connection to a wide variety of services and supports offered through the Alzheimer Society of Durham Region and within the community.