The Alzheimer Society of Canada was saddened to learn of the recent passing of William Scott Dudgeon, who served as our Chief Executive Officer (CEO) from 2006 to 2009.
Work is underway at the Alzheimer Society of Canada to ensure that dementia knowledge and care are readily accessible for people living with dementia and their carers in culturally diverse communities.
You are not alone. No matter where you live in Canada and what your experience with dementia looks like, we are here to support you. Find out below how to connect to the help you need.
How has the pandemic affected people living with dementia and their family caregivers? Through a new podcast series informed by dementia research, you can hear directly from Canadian families living with dementia, revealing their challenges – and their hopes.
January is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, and the Alzheimer Society of Canada is pleased to announce it is launching a nation-wide campaign reminding people that the organization is the First Link to Support, Knowledge and Community.
Cheryl (pictured) lives with young onset Alzheimer’s disease. Her husband, Mike, would like to share his experience as Cheryl was diagnosed and as the disease progressed, as well as how the Alzheimer Society has supported them and the way that people like you can help the Society continue this support.
When Dieter was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease his driver's license was immediately removed. Read the road he traveled to get it reinstated.