Programs and services


The Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region understands the challenges and emotions one encounters with a dementia diagnosis. We offer many programs and services to support the individual living with dementia, care partners, friends, family and educational services for professionals and the general public.

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Referrals to our client support & outreach services can be made by calling 905-687-3914 or completing our online referral form

Subscribe to our mailing list to be informed of upcoming programs.

About the Alzheimer Society

The Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region offers a range of programs and services that operate along the continuum of care reflecting the journey through the disease process. Our programs respond to the need for individualized home-based support and education, while providing further opportunities for education, socialization and support in community settings. Since we see people in the context of their own homes and local communities we can assess first hand their needs and identify existing capacities.

Since the effects of isolation and loneliness can have severe negative impacts on the health of seniors, we offer an array of social and wellness programs for persons living with dementia and their care partners to actively participate with their own peers that understand what they are experiencing.

We provide education to all audiences from healthcare professionals to family members.

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Dementia education in Niagara Region

The Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region is committed to providing continuous learning opportunities for persons living with dementia, their partners in care and professionals throughout the region. Education is free to persons living with dementia and their partners in care.

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Services en français

La Société Alzheimer de la région du Niagara offre une variété de programmes et de services en français aux personnes atteintes d'une démence et pour leurs proches.

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Privacy & personal health information

The Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region takes the privacy of our clients seriously. We comply with all PHIPA regulations. On this page you can learn more about your rights in relation to your personal health information.

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Client Bill of Rights

The Client Bill of Rights reflects the organization’s mission, values and guiding principles and is a key factor in the planning, delivery and evaluation of services provided at the Society. All clients can reasonably expect to be provided a full range of services, including individual support, referral services, support groups, educational workshops and information resources.

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