Brighten Your Spirits Announcement

Brighten Your Spirits has been postponed until Thursday February 9 2023. All current ticket holders and event sponsors will receive a refund. Watch your email for information on Brighten Your Spirits.

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Thank you for visiting!  “Brighten Your Spirits” has been postponed until Thursday February 9th, 2023.  All current ticket holders and event sponsors will receive a refund.  Watch your email for information on Brighten Your Spirits with a Winter Warmer or contact us directly at howard@alzheimerww.ca

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Music Project

The Alzheimer Society Music Project is a program that provides the beneficial effects of music and stimulation on people living with dementia.

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Programs and services

Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington (ASWW) 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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What is aducanumab?

Aducanumab is the newest clinical treatment for Alzheimer’s disease in nearly two decades, recently approved in the U.S. It is not yet approved in Canada. Find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions about aducanumab below.

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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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