Programs and services


The Alzheimer Society can help you face dementia. Use this page as your guide to find support programs, dementia education and resources, referral services and more.


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We are offering a select number of in-person programs and will continue to make adjustments to our programming schedule as the situation changes.   Participants of in-person programs will be subject to public health measures that includes wearing masks and physical distancing.  We ask that participants screen themselves before attending a program and refrain from in-person attendance if they are unwell. 

Find out what is happening at the Alzheimer Society of Simcoe County by viewing our latest Programs & Services Guide here.

We are here to help

Our staff and volunteers provide support programs, educational resources, referral services and more to improve the quality of life for people living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, as well as their caregivers and families.

Experience has shown that the earlier people begin to learn and strategize about living with dementia, the better they are prepared. Earlier preparation can also help caregivers and families provide support as the disease progresses. 

We hope you will find comfort in knowing that you are not alone.

Getting Started

Whether you are concerned that you may have dementia, have been recently diagnosed or are supporting someone living with dementia, the Alzheimer Society can help you get the information you need.

There are two ways to start accessing our programs and services:

  1. Your doctor or other community health partner can make a direct referral for you through our First Link® program
  2.  You can connect with us yourself for information or if you'd like to join a program by calling our office at  705-722-1066 or emailing [email protected]

We process all new referrals by date they are received regardless of how they come to us.

Programs & Services

Education Programs & Resources

The Alzheimer Society of Simcoe County provides education programs to people living with dementia, family & friends, health care providers and the general public. Information packages and a wide range of resources are also available.

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Living Safely with Dementia

When Alzheimer's disease and other dementias progress, the person living with the disease has the potential to go missing. This situation presents a serious safety concern, but know that help and support is available.

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Staying safe

First Link®

First Link® is a referral program that connects people living with dementia and their care partners with our education and support services.

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Information packages

Information packages are one of the most effective ways of dispensing information related to Alzheimer's and other related dementias.

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