All the latest news and stories about Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and the brain.
St. Catharines senior prepares for possible Alzheimer’s diagnosis
Alzheimers Society Self Care Session
January is Alzheimer's Awareness Month and the Niagara branch of the Alzheimer's Society is supporting the caregivers of loved ones affected by the disease.
How well do you know the risks of dementia?
Think you know about reducing your risk of dementia? The Alzheimer Society of Canada challenges you to test your knowledge and take our quiz on reducing the risk of dementia!
Challenge your brain! Eight suggestions for brain-boosting exercises
What does it mean to “challenge your brain”? Here are some suggestions! They may help you in keeping your brain fit, healthy and as protected as possible against the risk of dementia.
Ten easy tips for staying active (that can protect your brain)
Keeping yourself active, both physically and socially, is key to warding off cognitive decline that may lead to dementia. The Alzheimer Society of Canada recommends these ten tips for activities that are simple to try out and follow!
Concerned about dementia? Here are four ways to reduce your risk
It’s never too soon, or too late, to protect yourself from cognitive decline. But what can you do to take care of your brain? Here are some brain-healthy tips that can help you reduce your risk of dementia.
Join us for the inaugural Dementia-Friendly Communities awards!
We are thrilled to announce the nominees for the inaugural Dementia-Friendly Canada awards!
Your questions, answered: What should Canadians know about lecanemab’s U.S. FDA approval?
On January 6, 2023, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the new drug Leqembi (also known as lecanemab) for treatment of early Alzheimer’s disease. Here’s what people in Canada might want to know about it.