Notice: The Alzheimer Society of Thunder Bay office is closed to the public. We are trying our best to meet the needs of our community while following COVID-19 social distancing practices. Most programming is postponed for the time being, with the exception of the following:
1) Client counselling, which has moved to zoom or over-the phone sessions. Whether you are already a registered client or new to seeking dementia support, please don't hesitate to reach out to schedule a telephone session or wellness call with one of our registered Social Workers at (807) 345-9556 ext. 2009
2) At-Home Recreation Therapy Kits for individuals living with dementia and their care partners (delivery included). For those interested, please contact Kara at (807) 630-5673.
3) Virtual Minds in Motion. For those interested, please contact Deanna at (807) 345-9556 ext. 2004
4) Online education at www.alzeducate.ca
5) The Dementia Care Partner Network offers access to online information, education and interactive events: https://www.dementiacarers.ca/dementia-care-partner-networ…/
All of our staff members are working remotely, which means we are routinely checking voicemails and emails.
If you are in crisis and in need of immediate assistance, call Telehealth/Dementia Support at 1-866-797-0000, or Crisis Response at 346-8282/1-888-269-3100. If you are looking for additional local supports, please call 2-1-1.
For a staff directory, visit the following link: https://alzheimer.ca/en/thunderbay/About-us/ContactUs
We will continue to provide you with education, dementia news, stories, and updates on Facebook and on our monthly e-newsletter! If you would like to sign up for the e-news, please email [email protected]
The Alzheimer Society can help you by providing information, resources, education, support and counseling. Check out your local Alzheimer Society to find out about local programs and services.
|First Link is an Alzheimer Society program that connects people with dementia and their care partners to support, information and resources in their own communities.|
The Alzheimer Society offers education resources, sessions and events for people living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, partners in care and health care professionals.
- Information & referral
Find out the many ways you can get the support you need, whether you are a person living with dementia, a partner in care or a family member.
The Alzheimer Society has a wealth of resources for people with dementia, partners in care and health care professionals. Check out our Brochures and publications page for a complete list.
- Living safely
- Public awareness
If you’re interested in making your community more aware of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, learn how the Alzheimer Society can help.