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2020 Holiday Matching Campaign – Thank You for Your Friendship!

UPDATE: We’ve surpassed our $35,000 matching goal which means your gifts turned into $70,000 to help support families across Manitoba living with dementia. Thank… Read More

New Provincial Training Program to Address Workforce Challenges at Personal Care Homes

In partnership with the Manitoba government, Red River College is offering a week-long condensed, high-intensity training program that will train students to work as… Read More

Care4u Links to Worksheets and Presentations

Thank you for participating in this year’s Care4u conference! As our first virtual conference, we hope you enjoyed watching and asking questions and learned… Read More

Your opinion matters! Take a moment to share yours.

  May we have just a few minutes of your time? Survey respondents and research participants play a vital role in the search for… Read More

November 2020 eNewsletter

In This Issue Couple Receives Help from the Alzheimer Society Graduate Student Taps into Musical Memories Caregiver Tips from Teepa… Read More

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

*This application is now closed. Thank you for your interest.* The Client Support Coordinator (full-time, two openings) is responsible for the provision of support, information… Read More

Together Apart – A Virtual Visiting Guide

Distance and COVID can make it difficult to spend time with the person you care about. Together Apart is a Virtual Visiting Guide to help… Read More

October 2020 eNews

In This Issue Virtual 2020 Care4u Family Conference Featuring Teepa Sn0w Getting the Most Out of Online Programs and Support Groups… Read More

Virtual Support Groups for Care Partners

We are currently offering virtual caregiver support groups to help connect people with others living in a similar situation during these uncertain times and… Read More

Minds in Motion Fall Sessions

What is Minds in Motion? Minds in Motion is a two-hour weekly fitness and social program designed for people with early to moderate symptoms of… Read More