Health Promotion Programs

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We offer various health promotion programs in the community that encourage healthy physical, cognitive and emotional well being for persons living with dementia and their care partners.

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Schedule

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Ageless Grace

Ageless Grace is a brain fitness program that focuses on the healthy longevity of the body and mind.

Art Therapy 

Art Program is designed to engage persons living with dementia in stimulating activities including art, music, dance & more.

Chair Yoga 

Chair Yoga is a gentle form of yoga practiced sitting on a chair.

Cycling without Age

Cycling without Age is a program designed to engage older adults by providing bike rides on a specialized bike piloted by a trained volunteer. It allows participants to enjoy the outdoors while socializing with others.

Drop-in Activity 

Drop-in Activity is an activation program that provides social, cognitive and physical activities for everyone

Minds in Motion®

Minds in Motion® is a community-based social program that incorporates physical activity and cognitive stimulation. 

Music Project

The Alzheimer Society Music Project is designed for persons living with dementia. A personalized iPod is provided to the client along with earphones and a charging accessory. The goal of this project is to provide persons living with dementia a soundtrack to their lives to enhance their social and emotional well being. For more information about the project, please visit musicproject.ca. 

Urban Poling 

Urban Poling consists of walking with poles to activate lower and upper body muscles. 

Contact information

For more information on our Health Promotion Programs, please contact: 

Sudbury and area
Alex Mayotte
705-524-2024 ext. 237
[email protected]

North Bay and area
Maryse Raymond
(705) 493-495-4243 ext. 327
[email protected]

Manitoulin Island and area
Megan Cairns
(705) 524-2024 ext. 405
[email protected]