Programs and services

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The Alzheimer Society of Oxford can help you by providing information, resources, education, and support.

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Come into our office at 575 Peel Street, Woodstock, or give us a call at 519-421-2466 or toll free 1-877-594-2368!

COVID-19 resources, activities, and Oxford County Guide

The Alzheimer Society of Oxford would like you to know that we are here for you. Our hope is that the information in this section will empower people living with dementia and their care partners to live safely while remaining as positive and engaged as possible during this time.

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Brain Boosters

Did you know that doing puzzles like crosswords and word searches are a great way to keep your brain active, and that social activity can have a positive impact on your brain health? These educational opportunities and resources can help you learn how to reduce your risk of dementia and boost your brain!

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First Link®

First Link® is a program that gives persons with dementia, their care partners and family a direct connection to a wide variety of services and supports offered through the Alzheimer Society and within the community.

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Find support in Oxford County

The Alzheimer Society of Oxford provides one-on-one support for people with dementia, their caregivers, family and friends. In addition, monthly support and social group meetings are offered in Woodstock, Ingersoll and Tillsonburg.

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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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Public awareness in Oxford County

Through our Speaker's Bureau, the Alzheimer Society of Oxford is available to come to local groups, service clubs or organizations to provide information about Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, our services and other aspects about caring for people living with dementia.

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