Fall Golf Tournaments

Join the Alzheimer Society Huron Perth for one of our fall golf tournaments. FORE! The Memories Monday September 19 and Halloween on the Green Saturday, October 15

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Thank you for walking with us!

Together, with your family and friends, you helped raise over $100,000 providing crucial funds and awareness and walked 3,209,911 steps during the IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer's this May!

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Education Sessions

Register and participate in our upcoming online Education Sessions!

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We are here to help

Learn how the Alzheimer Society of Perth County can support you during the Fall season.

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Virtual Social Recreation

Keep your mind moving with our VIRTUAL Social Recreation page!

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Minds in Motion

Give your mind and body a BOOST with Minds in Motion!

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Help us provide Help for Today. Hope for Tomorrow...® On this page, learn more about your donation options with the Alzheimer Society of Perth County. Monies raised will support people living with dementia, families and caregivers in your community!

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About us

The Alzheimer Society of Perth County is a non-profit corporation and a registered charity, governed by a volunteer board of directors.

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First Link®

If you are newly diagnosed with dementia, First Link® can connect you to the help you need as soon as possible.

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