Our Connections Matter

Whether you’re a care provider or living with dementia, we can connect you with the resources, education, and care you need to feel a sense of belonging and connection.

Recognize the warning signs of dementia.

Caring for someone living with dementia can be emotionally and physically exhausting—even more so without a proper support system in place.

That’s why it’s so important to make meaningful connections with others who will be there for you in your time of need.

In this section, you’ll find resources, supports, and programs that will help you navigate this disease alongside experts, educators, and other community members.

This Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, we’re excited to partner with Caroline Cameron, host of Wednesday Night Hockey on Sportsnet, to spread brain health and dementia awareness. Read Caroline’s full story below!

Caroline's Story

December 7, 2023

I’m Caroline Cameron – host of Scotiabank Wednesday Night Hockey on Sportsnet. For Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, I’ve partnered with the Alzheimer Society to help spread awareness of a very personal cause – brain health and dementia. 

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Caroline with her Grandma Shirley

The 10 warning signs of dementia

Whether you’re concerned for yourself or someone you care about, it's important to know the warning signs of dementia so you can ensure an early diagnosis. Here are 10 of the most common warning signs for dementia.

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Programs and services

The Alzheimer Society of Ontario offers programs and services to help people living with dementia, care partners, and healthcare professionals get the support they need most.

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I'm caring for a person living with dementia

Understanding dementia and its progression is vital to ensure that both you and the person with dementia can live as well as possible. We have the resources to support you and your care of the person living with dementia.

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