All the latest news and stories about Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and the brain.

First Responder's Day in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia
May 1, 2024

Today, May 1, is First Responders Day in Nova Scotia. It is a day to recognize and honour the dedication of professional and volunteer first responders throughout our province.

First Responder's Day in Nova Scotia

World Delirium Awareness Day

March 13, 2024

Today, March 13, is World Delirium Awareness Day. Learn more about delirium and how it can impact people with dementia below.

World Delirium Day 2024

Join our Advisory Committees of People with Lived Experience

March 12, 2024

We’re inviting people with dementia and care partners from across Nova Scotia to join our Advisory Committees of People with Lived Experience. These new committees will ensure that the voices of those experiencing dementia are included in in all aspects of our organization, from strategic direction to program planning.

Advisory Committees of People with Lived Experience

A message from our CEO: The Many Faces of Dementia in Canada

Nova Scotia
January 24, 2024

On January 22, the Alzheimer Society of Canada released a new report, The Landmark Study: The Many Faces of Dementia in Canada. This is the second of three volumes of the study which details the demographic, social and economic impact of dementia in Canada. Volume three is expected to be released later this year.

A message from our CEO

Philanthropy Day - Andrew Feenstra

November 15, 2022

The owner of Cyclesmith bicycle shop on Agricola Street in the North End of Halifax, Andrew Feenstra is a true philanthropist.

A bald man in a black polo tshirt smiling in front of a row of bicycles on display. His shirt logo reads "Cyclesmith"