Host your own Social with a Purpose!

Introducing our latest DIY fundraiser that promotes the importance of socializing, staying in touch, and building strong, positive relationships with your friends, family, and community.

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Social with a Purpose - A New Reason to Stay Connected

Register for the 5th Annual Brain Booster Workshop!

Learn how diet, nutrition and humour can improve brain health with our two wonderful Guest Speakers: Christina Seeley, BSc, RD, CDE and Joe Schwarcz, PhD, Director of McGill Office for Science and Society.

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5th Annual Brain Booster Workshop & Expo

COVID-19 information

Get links for reliable informations about COVID-19, other links about dementia and caregiving during COVID-19, and a video on COVID-19 precautions and preventative measures.

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COVID-19 Information

Activity ideas

The Alzheimer Society of Oxford is here for you! We have created this social recreation page to help you stay virtually connected through stimulating activities.

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Activity Ideas.

Oxford County Community Guide

At the Alzheimer Society of Oxford, we have compiled a list of grocery stores, pharmacies, and restaurants in Oxford County that are open or still operating during this time and are available for you and your family.

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Oxford County Community Guide

A Guide for Virtual and Telephone Visits

Together Apart: A Guide to Visiting from a Distance is a resource that will help you as a volunteer, family or friend visitor and that it will bring joy to your life and the person who is living with dementia.

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Together Apart Guide

Dementia education in Oxford County

The Alzheimer Society of Oxford offers education programs for people living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, family members and friends, healthcare providers and more. More information on these programs can be found below.

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Ways to help during COVID-19

During COVID-19, the Alzheimer Society of Oxford wants to show our support and appreciation to healthcare and other workers in nursing and retirement homes. Here's how you can help.

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