Cheryl (pictured) lives with young onset Alzheimer’s disease. Her husband, Mike, would like to share his experience as Cheryl was diagnosed and as the disease progressed, as well as how the Alzheimer Society has supported them and the way that people like you can help the Society continue this support.
When Dieter was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease his driver's license was immediately removed. Read the road he traveled to get it reinstated.
2022 Rotary Daily Lottery & Calendars are HERE!
Proof of Concept Grant Awarded to Saskatchewan dementia researcher who will examine the link between a high sucrose diet and Alzheimer's disease.
Stouffville resident Randy Cliff was always the life of the party. He was diagnosed with Frontotemporal Dementia, shortly after his 60th birthday and it has caused many irreversible changes in him, including the loss of his voice and more recently, his mobility.
The Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan and Godfrey Dean Art Gallery of Yorkton are proud to announce a special dementia friendly reception.
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