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Coming Soon – Dementia Care 2022 Professional Development Series

COMING SOON! We are pleased to announce that Dementia Care will continue to be offered virtually throughout 2022-23! This year’s online series will focus… Read More

Caring and Caregiving for a Person Living with Dementia – Virtual Event

Join the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA) on January 25th at 4:30 – 6:30 pm CST for the “Caring and Caregiving for a… Read More

Alzheimer’s Awareness Month 2022: Community Changes Everything

The Alzheimer Society is your First Link® to a community of support, resources and a wealth of knowledge to help you in your dementia… Read More

January 2022 eNews

In This Issue January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month! First Link® is a Lifeline Enjoying the Benefits of Dementia-friendly Programs… Read More

Building dementia-friendly communities online course

As one of the partner provinces involved in the Dementia-Friendly Canada project, the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba is pleased to share a new online course… Read More

2021 Holiday Matching Campaign – Double Your Donation Today!

Our 2021 holiday gift matching campaign is here! During the month of December, you can help make a significant difference in the lives of… Read More

2022 Winter Education Calendar Available

The 2022 Winter Education Calendar is now available! We have a variety of programs to help you on your dementia journey, including updated Minds in… Read More

Minds in Motion Winter 2022

Registration for the Winter 2022 Minds in Motion sessions is now OPEN! With virtual and in-person sessions available, there’s an option for everyone to… Read More

We’re Hiring! Client Support Coordinator (Provincial Office)

The Client Support Coordinator (full-time) is responsible for the provision of support, information and education services to people with dementia and their family care partners… Read More

December 2021 eNewsletter

In This Issue Double Your Donation this Holiday Season! Planning for the Holidays Participating in the Community: It’s Everyone’s Right… Read More