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The newsletter also helps to draw attention to important initiatives, celebrates past and present achievements, creates awareness about caregiving tips and techniques, informs about upcoming education seminars and shares about the future plans of the Alzheimer Society.

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eNewsletter October 2014

In This Issue Laugh Your Way From Stress Through the Eyes of a Child Zeroing in on the… Read More

eNewsletter August 2014

In This Issue A Family Bands Together  Being Your Own Best Advocate Learning How Couples Cope in Their Dementia… Read More

eNewsletter June 2014

In This Issue Top Research Award Goes to Winnipeg’s Own Dr. Gordon Glazner    Two Student Researchers Receive Funding  Keeping Your Brain… Read More

eNewsletter April 2014

In this issue Celebrating the contribution of caregivers Learning how to cope with grief Supporting the Alzheimer Society through exercise… Read More

eNewsletter March 2014

Professional education gives peace of mind Behind every person with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia, there are people dedicated to helping. To… Read More

eNewsletter February 2014

Where do I begin: Public Education While the Alzheimer Society offers many programs and services for those experiencing dementia and their families, we also… Read More

eNewsletter January 2014

  January is Alzheimer Awareness Month This January, during Alzheimer Awareness Month, the Alzheimer Society is launching a nation-wide campaign to promote the benefits… Read More

eNewsletter December 2013

  How to handle the holidays December can be a busy time of year filled with holiday events. When a family member or friend… Read More

eNewsletter November 2013

Returning safely home Changes in the brain can cause people with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia to become disoriented, even when in a familiar… Read More

eNewsletter October 2013

Hidden Health Hurdles Ahead If you are caring for a friend or family member with dementia, keeping yourself healthy can sometimes be difficult. Tara Maltman-Just,… Read More