Join us for a free online conversation about the 10 key ways to reduce your dementia risk. We will also hear from some young scientists about how they are pushing risk research in exciting new directions.
Many people feel that their pets are helpful to their health and well-being. Now researchers are also accumulating evidence for the positive impacts of animal therapies on the lives of people with dementia. Join us August 10 for an online conversation sharing findings, tips, context, personal stories and more.
Join us July 24 at 12 p.m. Eastern to talk exercise as medicine. Let’s explore how what’s good for the body is also good for the brain. We’ll look at how exercise can reduce dementia risk. We'll also chat about how exercise can boost symptom management and quality of life for people with dementia.
Join us on June 13 at 12 p.m. Eastern Time for a free conversation about how different kinds of design — and designers — can improve the lives of people with dementia.
When you participate in the IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer's, you provide hope and support to people living with dementia in Canada.
Join us on May 26 at 12 p.m. for a free talk with leading experts about brain health and dementia care in Chinese communities in Canada. Moderated by Wency Leung of the Globe and Mail.
Although each individual is unique, dementia has a profound effect on the language abilities of people living with a diagnosis and therefore affects the way they communicate. This interactive presentation by Alyson Graham is intended to help you understand how dementia can affect communication and provide you with useful tips and strategies to maintain and enhance communication.
Join us April 19 at 12 p.m. Eastern Time for an expert chat to learn about new types of drugs and therapies now in development for dementia. This event is part of the Dementia Talks! Canada series.
Join us to chat with leading Canadian researchers and advocates on what we know about concussion, brain injury and dementia. We'll also talk about how to make strides on prevention, where possible.
Join us for a national conversation with researchers, health-care workers, community workers and people with lived experience.
Join us on January 18 at 12 noon Eastern Time for an important conversation on how we can all work to improve dementia support nationwide this year.
We are excited to share the news that the inaugural Dementia-Friendly Communities awards will take place, right here, on Sunday, January 15 at 12 p.m. EST.