For the Care Partner

The Alzheimer Society features a model of care that provides hope, relief and support specifically geared towards those either living with or affected by dementia.

Alzheimer’s disease and the various other forms of dementia (Vascular dementia, Frontotemporal dementia, Lewy bodies etc) are far reaching, impacting not only the person diagnosed but also family and friends. It is non-discriminatory, affecting the population across all social positions and standards of living.

The Alzheimer Society’s dementia-care counselling and education programs are designed to provide hope and support for the person diagnosed along with their care partners, families and friends.

Our goal and vision is to be the guiding light for everyone impacted by dementia and to see them to live well with dementia.

PROGRAMS & SERVICES

For the Care Partner

Education

Comprehensive overview of dementia, coping strategies, and resources.

Counselling

In-home or in-office assessments and individualized response.

Support

Social worker facilitated support groups & programs for care partners.

Recreation

Innovative programs providing social and cognitive stimulation.

Finding Your Way

Living safely with dementia at home and in the community.

MedicAlert Safely Home Program

Nationwide program to assist first responders.

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Questions about our programs and services?

Quick Links to our available support programs and information:

Support for the Person with Dementia

Support for the Care Partner

Education for the Care Partner

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