From Port Alberni to St. John’s, Canada’s port authorities across the country are joining forces to fight dementia. Find out how their generosity is making a difference for Canadian families living with the disease.
This January, we hosted a special webinar on the impact of COVID-19 on people living with dementia in long-term care. Couldn't join us on the day? You can still watch the video and learn more about issues facing families in B.C.
Hear the acclaimed actor’s thoughts behind his new film, ‘Falling’, including the importance of getting an accurate portrayal of dementia on screen and how to show compassion and understanding when communicating with a person living with the disease.
Dr. Sharon Cohen is the medical director of the Toronto Memory Program and is the guest speaker of AS York's upcoming virtual Forget-Me-Not Breakfast, April 24. Funds raised at this event go to programs and services to York Region residents impacted by dementia.
Jennifer Dance Bowen cares for her husband Feroze, who lives with Alzheimer's disease. She talks about how COVID-19 impacted both of them and her worry not just for Feroze, but herself as the caregiver.
Three people share their experiences with the Alzheimer Society of York Region young-onset dementia support group, which is now virtual.
Listen to Alzheimer Society of Muskoka, Public Education Coordinator, Shawna Torkoff speak with Jo Jordan about Alzheimer’s Awareness Month on Hunters Bay Radio.