More than 15 people in Canada are diagnosed with dementia every hour.

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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, expertise and more.

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Dementia Talks! Canada – A new online webinar series

A new digital discussion series that centres the conversation on dementia, with researchers and people with lived experience sharing their stories, tips and insights.

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Video: On Art & Dementia

In this edition of Dementia Talks! Canada, we talk with a professional artist about their work on dementia, discuss the power of art in dispelling dementia stigma, and chat about how creative approaches can improve the lives of people with dementia today.

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By 2050, nearly 2 million people living in Canada could be living with dementia

In September, during World Alzheimer’s Month, we launched this report to explore what can we do to change Canada’s dementia future.

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Our Advisory Group of People with Lived Experience of Dementia

Our Advisory Group of People with Lived Experience of Dementia is a community of people who guide the Alzheimer Society of Canada. By drawing on their personal stories of living with or supporting people with dementia, our members can share their voices to change how dementia is understood and treated in Canada.

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What is young onset dementia?

When symptoms of dementia start before the age of 65, we call it "young onset dementia." And there's a lot to learn about it.

Check out our new Canadian knowledge hub for young onset dementia

Find your area’s Alzheimer Society

No matter where you live in Canada, there is an Alzheimer Society that you can be involved in. Your region’s group can help you with programs, services, education and resources tailored to your needs.

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Sign up to Remember Me, news for supporters and friends of the Alzheimer Society of Canada.

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National resource library

Through our resource library, you can find a broad range of helpful and informational documents, videos and links related to dementia. We have resources for people living with dementia, families, caregivers, healthcare providers and more.

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