You can make a difference!

With help from the Alzheimer Society – and supporters like you – Gary is determined not to let dementia stop him from living his best life.

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"I'll never, ever give up."

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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Concerned about dementia?

Here are four ways to reduce your risk!

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Two women exercising in the park.

What is aducanumab?

Aducanumab is the newest clinical treatment for Alzheimer’s disease in nearly two decades, recently approved in the U.S. It is not yet approved in Canada. Find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions about aducanumab below.

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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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Group of happy seniors in the park.

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.

We want to hear from you!

Share your personal experiences with dementia. Your unique story can help others who also face the realities of this challenging disease.

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Marilyn Taylor saying "A person with dementia is still a person"