For the Person Living with Dementia

Dementia is an umbrella term for a variety of brain disorders.

Symptoms include loss of memory, judgment and reasoning, and changes in mood and behaviour. Brain function is affected enough to interfere with a person’s ability to function at work, in relationships and in everyday activities.

For more detailed information about dementia visit the Alzheimer Society of Canada.


For the Person Living with Dementia


Comprehensive overview of dementia, coping strategies, and resources.


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


Social worker facilitated support groups & programs for care partners.


Innovative programs providing social and cognitive stimulation. Stay active and social!

In-Home Recreation

Personalized recreation programs providing socialization and meaningful activity.

Memory Screening

Memory screening to help identify need for further assessment and testing.

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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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