This campaign was created to raise awareness!

All funds stay within our local communties & will be used to support the Adult Day Program. This program provides relief to a care-partner while their loved one enjoys activities that help enhance well-being in a safe supportive setting. 💡

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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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Together apart

A guide to visiting from a distance.

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Together Apart: A guide to visiting from a distance.

Get connected with 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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See what's happening!

Stay up to date on all local events by following the Society on Facebook.

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What is dementia?

The term "dementia" doesn't actually refer to one, specific disease. Rather, it's an overall term for a set of symptoms that are caused by disorders affecting the brain.

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Living well with dementia

A diagnosis of dementia does not mean your life is over. This section provides you with strategies to live well with dementia, along with tips and advice from other people who are living with dementia.

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Research

Research moves us forward. Your support will get us closer to life-altering treatments, better care and cures for Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.

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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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