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!
Could understanding how our brain cells talk to each other help us slow down the progression of 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. Matthew Parsons, and his project on brain cell communication.
Voting day is happening on September 20, 2021. No matter which party forms government, it’s vital that dementia remains a top priority. It’s time to make a difference and ask your candidates about what their party is doing about dementia!
This September, get to #KnowDementia. Help raise awareness about early diagnosis, treatment inequities, the latest research surrounding dementia and COVID-19 and more.
Evelyn (pictured) lives with dementia. Today, Evelyn's daughter and caregiver, Linda, would like to tell you her story about their journey with dementia – how her mother's abilities changed over time, the unique challenges they've faced and the need for people like you to help the Alzheimer Society give them help and support.
Alzheimer Society of Canada invests $3 million in dementia researchers across the country.
If you or someone you care about has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, I have three words of advice: Don’t give up! Find joy in the things you or your loved one can still do. Find joy in being alive.
The Alzheimer Society of B.C. is pleased to welcome Jen Lyle to the position of Chief Executive Officer, effective Tuesday, August 3, 2021. She takes over the role from Barbara Lindsay, the Society’s Director of Advocacy & Education and Marketing & Communications teams, who has led the organization as interim CEO since October 2020.