You can get involved with the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan in many different ways, including becoming a member, volunteering, fundraising, advocating or donating.
- Ways to DonateYour donations help the Alzheimer Society offer services and support to people with dementia, their families and caregivers, and fund research to find causes, better treatments and a cure. Find out about the many ways you can donate to the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan.
Learn how you can raise funds or attends events to support people with dementia and their families.
It's people like you who make all the difference. There are many ways you can volunteer your time and skills to the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan. Become a volunteer today!
- Dementia Friends
By becoming a Dementia Friend, you will learn more about dementia and how it affects individuals, families, and communities. Friends also become better informed about how their own communities can strive to be more dementia friendly and better support those in their midst that are affected by it.
- Raise your voiceDementia is a disease that will affect health care in Canada and Saskatchewan for years to come. Learn more about our priorities and become an advocate for better dementia care in Saskatchewan.
- Share your experience
At the Alzheimer Society, we believe that sharing your experience can help.
Whether you are a person with dementia, a caregiver, a family member or a healthcare practitioner, talking about your experiences and hearing about others in similar situations can be positive and rewarding.
- The Canadian Charter of Rights for People with DementiaPeople with dementia are individuals with the same human rights as anyone else. Learn more about the Canadian Charter of Rights for People with Dementia.