Our First Link® Client Support program connects you with information, support services and education as early as possible and throughout the progression of the disease. Connect with us today.
Through First Link®, health care professionals can refer people affected by dementia to the Society for support.
Receive information about Alzheimer's or other dementias, care giving strategies, care planning options and community services.
Demographic data is a building block in identifying and understanding health inequities and gaps in care, specifically in our service delivery.
The Society offers educational programs throughout the province to empower people with dementia, their families and friends.
Support groups provide participants an opportunity to share feelings and common experiences, exchange practical coping strategies, and participate in discussions.
Support groups are there for people who want to inform themselves with current information that will help improve quality of life with the disease.
Join our community programs to get out and participate in engaging and stimulating activities.
The Alzheimer Society is your connection to a variety of resources and information about Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
The Alzheimer Society has a variety of reading materials and videos available for the person living with dementia and for family members and caregivers.
Learn more about normal aging vs dementia aging, risk factors, warning signs, getting a diagnosis and treatment options.
Diagnosing dementia is a complex and difficult process, requiring the time and expertise of skilled practitioners.
Dementia doesn't just affect the lives of individuals. It profoundly impacts families.
When an individual receives a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or another dementia, they are not the only ones who are affected.