Programs & Services

We are here to provide the information, support and education about dementia you are looking for and to help you find programs and services to meet your needs.

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We can help

The Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia can help you by providing information, resources, education and support. Call 1-800-611-6345 to find out more about how we can help.

For a printable one pager of all of our programs and services, click here.

For a printable one pager of the 12 actions for a healthier brain at any age, click here.

Dementia Helpline

An opportunity to talk with someone who understands the dementia journey can provide vital support. Learn more about our Dementia Helpline service.

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Artful Afternoon

The Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia and The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia work together to provide a fun and creative program for people with dementia and their partner in care to connect with art.

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Shaping the Journey

Shaping the Journey™ is a program designed for people with a recent diagnosis of early-stage dementia, and a care partner, family member, or friend.

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Coffee & Conversation

Coffee and Conversation is a support group offered by Nova Scotia Health and the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia for people living with early-stage dementia.

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U-First!® for Healthcare

This program provides new ideas on how to support people with behaviour changes related to dementia and helps develop new skills to feel more confident in your interactions with people living with dementia.

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