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Welcome to Canada’s top resource for dementia.
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A Care Partner
  • I am supporting someone living with dementia
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Living With Dementia
  • I am supporting someone living with dementia
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A Health Care Professional
  • I am a health care or community professional
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A Community Member
  • I am interested in more information about dementia and brain health
  • Volunteer
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Our Education

Supporting Dementia Education and Care

A preview of HelpForDementia’s program listings:
Brain Health
Brain Health - Education Series
Act Today to Protect Tomorrow
8 Sessions to discover
Brain Health
My Tools 4 Care - In Care
This is a toolkit to help you as a care partner prepare for possible changes or events, so you can support your family member with dementia in care. “In care” means receiving 24-hour care in a facility, for example, long-term care.
4 Sessions to discover
Brain Health
My Tools 4 Care
My Tools 4 Care was developed to help you as a care partner as you care for a person living with dementia in the community.
5 Sessions to discover
Brain Health
Brain Health - Education Series
Act Today to Protect Tomorrow
8 Sessions to discover
Brain Health
My Tools 4 Care - In Care
This is a toolkit to help you as a care partner prepare for possible changes or events, so you can support your family member with dementia in care. “In care” means receiving 24-hour care in a facility, for example, long-term care.
4 Sessions to discover
Brain Health
My Tools 4 Care
My Tools 4 Care was developed to help you as a care partner as you care for a person living with dementia in the community.
5 Sessions to discover
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Why choose HelpForDementia?

HelpForDementia Was Created to Support You on Your Journey With Dementia.

If you are living with dementia, supporting someone with dementia or curious about preventing dementia, HelpForDementia gives you:
Resources
Whether you want to learn more about our programs and services or find dementia-related information tailored to your needs, HelpForDementia provides the education and resources you need.
The Latest Information
The resources in HelpForDementia are frequently updated and refreshed to ensure you can always access trusted, up-to-date information.
A Knowledge Hub
Explore through our virtual resource library, where you will find a wide range of information to help you lead a healthy, balanced lifestyle that reduces your risk of dementia.
Community Impact
By joining our community, you are taking an extra step towards learning more about dementia. This not only raises awareness but also reduces the stigma surrounding forms of dementia like Alzheimer’s.

Stories From our Clients

Learn about our services, and how your gifts directly support people living with dementia and their families.
Debby's Story

Caring through Dementia

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Meet Debby, a monthly donor and current client of the Alzheimer Society.
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Gaylene's Story

The Support I Needed

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Learn about our services, and how your gifts directly support people living with dementia and their families.
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Our National Corporate Partners

Logo of IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer's event, featuring bold text on a blue gradient background.
Logo of Campus Alberta Neuroscience featuring a stylized green neuron and blue text.
Logo for Alzheimer's Face Off Pro-Am event featuring crossed hockey sticks behind a shield with text, sponsored by Christenson Communities Ltd.

HelpForDementia Testimonials

“Without the support of the Alzheimer Society, I honestly do not know where Hugh and I would be. I have learned so much about Alzheimer’s disease, how to best take care of Hugh and myself, and how to prepare myself for the road ahead.”

Debby

“I found the Cafe informative and easy to navigate.”

Ambassador

“I find ASANT Cafe a welcoming place to learn about the challenges individuals with Alzheimer's face as this journey unfolds. In the live sessions I am able to freely ask questions, and feel supported as I reach out to expand my knowledge about Alzheimers and other dementias. Alzheimers is a disease of the brain and is a disease we, as a society, are just beginning to share personal experiences about its impact on individuals and on families.”

Susan Thomson, Care Partner

“Every dollar donated is well spent and worthwhile. The support and education provided by the Society are absolutely invaluable to those that need them.”

Carol

“I have completed my training, it was really well done! Loved the mix of videos, interactive quizzes and resources/materials.”

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