Fredericton Resource Centre
320 Maple Street
Fredericton NB E3A 3R4
Monday - Friday, from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Serving Greater Fredericton, and Carleton and Victoria Counties
Welcome to the Fredericton Resource Centre! Located on the north side of beautiful Fredericton on Maple Street.
Contact us to be connected with information, education, and support through individual meetings, presentations and support groups. We are available to help you navigate the health care system and direct you to appropriate community services in your area.
Making a Dementia-Inclusive Resource Centre
During a planned renovation to our space in 2019, we transformed our office into a Dementia-Inclusive Resource Centre to better accommodate people living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
Take a virtual tour of our office and find out what it means to be dementia-inclusive.
Meet our team
Nicole Leary, First Link Coordinator
My name is Nicole Leary and I am the First Link Coordinator for Fredericton and surrounding areas. I’ve been working in the social services sector for the past several years through work in long-term care and with homeless individuals. One of my favourite things about working with people is getting to learn from their lived experiences while providing them with the knowledge and skills to empower themselves. I am excited to continue this journey of community building and supporting others by joining the team at the Alzheimer Society of New Brunswick.
Brenda St. Germain, First Link Support
My name’s Brenda and I’m the First Link Support in Fredericton and surrounding areas. Along with my colleague, Nicole, I serve as the first point of contact for people who reach out to the Alzheimer Society. We listen, assess, gather information, and create a network of supports for each client based on their unique needs. As a former sole caregiver to someone living with dementia, I found tremendous support through the Alzheimer Society. They connected me with information and programs, and addressed my questions and concerns. I’m honoured to now be in this role, and I hope to give back at least some of what we received.