Too many of us have a dementia story

“My wife is living with dementia... My brother-in-law has Alzheimer’s disease... My mom passed away from dementia...” Almost every Canadian has been touched by dementia. Your donation can ensure no one faces this disease alone.

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Collage of four people with lived experience of dementia.

January is Alzheimer's Awareness Month

This month, we want you to know that the Alzheimer Society is your first link to a community of caring, support, knowledge and more.

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Is your workplace dementia friendly?

The impact of dementia is and will continue to be felt across all borders, sectors and cultures. We must act and build a dementia-friendly Canada now.

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What caregivers are saying about dementia and communication

As dementia changes, so will the conversations you’ll have with the person living with dementia. Hear the thoughts on the highs, the lows and the vital connections that communication can bring you.

Know our 5 tips for communication

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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