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You can make a difference for people impacted by dementia. Who are you walking for?

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Dementia is an isolating disease.

Glenda’s husband Harold lives with dementia. She feels as trapped as he does by the disease. Please give to ensure support is available for people like Glenda and Harold when they need it the most.

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Glenda and Harold. Harold lives with dementia.

Find your Society

No matter where you live in Canada, you have a Society that you can be involved in. Your Society can help and support you with programs, services, education and resources tailored to you.

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National ambassador Roger Marple.


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Walking for my Mom

May 6, 2021

Every year, Cassandra walks for her mom in the IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s. Who do you walk for?

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Cassandra and Karen Best, standing outside and smiling.

May is Leave a Legacy Month

This month, consider leaving a gift to the Alzheimer Society in your will. Your charitable legacy will help thousands of people living with dementia across Canada.

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Senior couple laughing together on balcony.

You are not alone.

April 26, 2021

The pandemic has left people affected by dementia feeling isolated and burnt out. Your local Alzheimer Society can help.

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Senior woman on bus wearing mask.

Medical assistance in dying

Medical Assistance in Dying (often shortened to MAiD) is a complex and very personal issue. The information presented here is intended to assist and support people living with dementia – together with their families and caregivers – make informed decisions about their care.

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Senior man thinking and looking out the window.