March is fraud prevention month. Learn more about how you can stay safe from online and phone scams.
You may notice some new questions being asked by our InfoLine staff around race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, health, well-being and more.
Barry Bowman’s wife, Carla, was diagnosed with dementia in 2021 at the age of 56. He wants to encourage others to reach out and make a connection with the Society.
The Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia is excited to announce the launch of our Dementia-Friendly Communities initiative in Nova Scotia! We are committed to connecting with key groups across Nova Scotia to help make our province more dementia friendly.
The owner of Cyclesmith bicycle shop on Agricola Street in the North End of Halifax, Andrew Feenstra is a true philanthropist.
Ken Mantin, care partner for his wife Betty, shares why he gives to the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia.
With the release of Navigating the Path Forward for Dementia in Canada: The Landmark Study Report #1, and with projections set to rise so significantly, we all have a role to play – in reducing our own risk, and in ensuring those with dementia and those who support them can live well and remain engaged in their communities.
We’re recognizing the 20th anniversary of our InfoLine service.
40 years! It’s hard to believe it, but that is how old ASNS will turn on January 31, 2023. 40 years of supporting Nova Scotians on the dementia journey. 40 years of impact.
Introducing our new Director of Programs & Services, Sacha Nadeau.
Alexa’s bright light will never fade, and we hold her incredible warmth, courage, and commitment to making the world a better place deeply in our hearts.