The new survey, open for a short time this fall, is designed to highlight the voices of people with Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment in a national-agency process
Think you know about reducing your risk of dementia? In partnership with RBC Wealth Management, Royal Trust, the Alzheimer Society of Canada challenges you to test your knowledge and take our quiz on reducing the risk of dementia!
Today marks the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, and we honour the survivors and mourn the lost lives of the children who were in the residential school system and the families and communities who also lost their history and memories, languages, ways of life and still experience the intergenerational trauma of this system.
2021 IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s brought together thousands to support people living with dementia
On May 30th people from coast-to-coast united virtually in support of the 2021 IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s, the nation’s largest fundraiser in support of the more than half a million Canadians living with dementia.
Alicia (pictured) lives with dementia. Her daughter and caregiver, Judy, would like to share her story about her family’s experience with dementia – how she misses the traditions she used to do with her mother during the holidays, and the way that people like you can help the Alzheimer Society give them support during challenging times.
What does it mean to “challenge your brain”? In partnership with RBC Wealth Management, Royal Trust, the Alzheimer Society of Canada brings you more tips and strategies to help you keep your brain fit, healthy and as protected as possible against the risk of dementia.
Can this Manitoba research on changes in our brain cells lead to better therapies for people living with Alzheimer’s?
The ASRP Exchange is a webinar series that features innovative, cutting-edge researchers funded through the Alzheimer Society Research Program. Today, we look at one of those researchers, Dr. Michael Jackson, and his project on changes in brain cells.
Keeping yourself active, both physically and socially, is key to warding off cognitive decline that may lead to dementia. In partnership with RBC Wealth Management, Royal Trust, the Alzheimer Society of Canada recommends ten tips for activities that are simple to try out and follow!