People living with dementia need you like never before. Give local today! ❄️

Help the Alzheimer Society ensure care partner's have access to education, counselling, & other programs! This year, when you donate a minimum of $50, you can opt-in to receive a 2023 Wall Calendar!

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Education Opportunities

We offer various learning opportunities to help families and friends continue to enhance their knowledge of dementia. These sessions will be hosted by an Alzheimer Society staff member either in-person or online.

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Event calendar

Click the text in the calendar to get event information.
Use the drop-down menus above the calendar to find the right event for you. 

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Contact us

Anyone can contact the Alzheimer Society of Peterborough, Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland and Haliburton. You don't need a diagnosis.

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You shouldn't have to navigate dementia alone

If you care for someone with memory problems (or are worried about yourself), the Alzheimer Society can help. No diagnosis necessary.

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Sign Up for Our Monthly e-Newsletter

Get up-to-date programming information (and other helpful content) directly to your inbox by signing up for "Our Connections Matter".

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First Link®

Whether you are living with dementia, or supporting someone who is, First Link connects you to health services, information and support in your community.

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Make a difference in your community!

Volunteers give us the spirit, means and energy that keep us going.

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What does the Alzheimer Society do? 

A broader look at the services we provide.

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All our webinars in one place.

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Access Dementia Resources in Other Languages

Hindi, Mandarin and Cantonese are some of the most-spoken languages in Canada. Find essential facts about dementia in multiple languages.

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