Contact Alzheimer Society of Waterloo Wellington for more information about programs, education, resources and support.
We are here to help
Our staff and volunteers provide support programs, educational resources, referral services and more to ease the burden of care and improve the quality of life for people living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, as well as their caregivers and families.
Experience has shown that the earlier people learn and strategize about living with dementia, the better they are prepared. Earlier preparation can also help caregivers and families provide support as the disease progresses.
We hope you will find relief in knowing that you are not alone.
Please scroll down to learn more about our programs and services at the Alzheimer Society of Waterloo Wellington. Please refer to our current program guide for our most up-to-date programs and services.
These programs offer support and improve quality of life for people living with dementia, families and caregivers.
There are hundreds of unique programs across Canada, tailored to your community. Here are some examples of programs you may find near you.
Minds in Motion®
Through Minds in Motion®, people living with dementia will experience meaningful and beneficial socialization and stimulation through a number of appropriate activities.
Dementia education and resources
The Alzheimer Society provides many educational opportunities for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, caregivers, healthcare providers and more.
Our education team can answer your questions on topics such as brain health, providing support and living well with dementia.
If you are a health care professional and would like to make a referral to us, please complete our referral form and send it into our office via fax (519-742-1862).
If you are concerned that you may have dementia, or have been recently diagnosed and are unsure what your next step is, the Alzheimer Society can help you get the information you need.
First Link® is an innovative program that connects people who are newly diagnosed to local healthcare providers. People living with dementia can receive information about diagnosis, day-to-day living, positive approaches to care and how to prepare for the end of life.
The program also provides individual support and counselling and links people with the disease to other Alzheimer Society programs and services.
Dementia is not a normal part of aging.
- If you are concerned about any of the early warning signs, talk to your doctor.
- If you don’t receive the help you need, ask to be referred to a specialist. You know your body and you should speak up if you have worries about Alzheimer’s or other dementias.
- Our list of 10 warning signs can help you identify the signs of dementia.
For help and support with self-referral, please call 519-742-8518 ext. 2090 or email us at email@example.com.
Individual and group support
We provide a variety of support for people living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, families and care partners, whether it is through individual support or a support group.
When Alzheimer's disease and other dementias progress, the person living with the disease has the potential to go missing. This situation presents a serious safety concern, but know that help and support are available.
Safe Pathways support and guide individuals with dementia and their care partners away from and through the Guelph and Wellington County Judicial System while maintaining dignity and respect.