A Walk Though Dementia

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A Walk Through Dementia is a fantastic tool to help raise awareness of the affects dementia has on people’s lives. We’re using the app to engage with the public, healthcare professionals and those in the care sector and would welcome your thoughts to help us improve our approach.

Launch Film - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nW1Y3Fnv7Mw

Walking Home - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-Rcbj_qR4g

At the Supermarket https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaeNgo8bR2k

At Home - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GBXEjw3iHw





Pioneer Network



NAV Care



The Wicking Dementia Centre



Indigenous Canada



Alzheimer's Association









Tags us by using @Dementiaabnt




Tag us by using dementiaab_nt



Approved hashtags when posting on social media


Tag us by using @DementiaAB_NT

These videos are approved for use by the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories.

Knowing the Alzheimer Society AB/NT - Who We Are

Knowing the Alzheimer Society AB/NT - How We Help

Knowing the Alzheimer Society AB/NT - Introduction to Dementia

Condensed Brain Presentation - FLC

Welcome to the toolkit

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Awareness Month Community Toolkit

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4 posters (Expertise Changes Everything, Support Changes Everything, Knowledge Changes Everything,

Community Changes Everything)

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PowerPoint Slides

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These are the same pictures as the posters (Expertise Changes Everything,

Support Changes Everything, Knowledge Changes Everything,

Community Changes Everything)

2024 Alzheimer’s Awareness Month Proclamation 


WHEREAS, the Alzheimer’s Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories provides valuable programs and services and supports research to improve the lives of those living with dementia; 

AND WHEREAS, more than 59,000 Albertans are affected directly or indirectly by dementia and this number is expected to triple in the next 30 years. 

AND WHEREAS, the Alzheimer Society is continuing to enhance its support amongst people living with dementia to meet their needs early in, and throughout their journey. 

AND WHEREAS, the city of _____________________ commends the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories for their commitment to improving the quality of life of those living with dementia and their care partners; 

THEREFORE, I, Mayor ______________________________________, do hereby proclaim January 2024Alzheimer’s Awareness  Month” in _________________________. 

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Newspaper PSA - Portrait


Newspaper PSA - Landscape


Radio PSA

Below we've provided a sample of a 30 second PSA radio script and two options for a 10 second PSA radio script.

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E-Signature (English)

Here is a link on how to change your eSignature, please visit: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/office/change-an-email-signature-86597769-e4df-4320-b219-39d6e1a9e87b


E-Signature (French)

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Facebook & LinkedIn Posts

Note that the graphics listed here for Facebook posts can also be used for LinkedIn posts without issue, as the dimensions are nearly identical (1200 x 630 px for Facebook; 1200 x 627 px for LinkedIn).


2024 Alzheimer's Awareness Month Proclamation


Awareness Month Blue Landmark Request - Email Template


Great job! You've successfully completed the asynchronous learning section of the Community Dementia Ambassador Program.

Input to Next Step - Virtual Meeting


This session will mark the completion of your online learning experience as you move forward in your role as a Community Dementia Ambassador.


Learning Objective

  1. Outline additional learning needs and expectations for a follow-up, facilitated session.

Submitted by Judy Vandemark

Location: Vision Credit Union, Manning

Date: September 2023


Submitted by Charlene Sitar and Trish Leduc

Location: Hinton Event: World Alzheimer's Day

Date: September 14, 2023


Submitted by Pamela Weinrauch

Location: Hughenden Event: FCSS Focus on Seniors

Date: June 16, 2023


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Submitted by Charlene Sitar

Location: Hinton Event: Seniors Week - Seniors Information Fair


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Submitted by Cathy Aust

Location: Cold Lake Event: Registration Day


Submitted by Cathy Aust

Location: Cold Lake Event: Seniors Week

Single Activity Reporting Link


Monthly Activity Reporting Sheet


Expenses - Electronic Funds Transfer Authorization

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Expense Sheet


- Ambassadors Conversation Board

Come join us on the Ambassadors conversation board by clicking here! Feel free to ask any questions or share your brilliant ideas. Let's create a supportive space where we can all help one another and raise awareness in our communities. 


Resource ordering form


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Anything for Alzheimer's - 3rd Party Events

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Ideas for Community Activities

Dementia Beyond Drugs - Al Power

Dancing with Dementia - Christine Bryden

Creating Moments of Joy Along the Alzheimer's Journey: A Guide for Families and Caregivers - Jolene Brackey



Community Changes Everything

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Knowledge Changes Everything

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Support Changes Everything

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The basic principles for any Community of Practice are:


Every member of the community has a voice, will be heard, and shall contribute to the practice. Differences are celebrated and explored.


Members demonstrate by their actions and words that they are committed to uncovering what the work is, why they do it, how its done, and to supporting other volunteers who want to learn.

Understanding Boundaries:

Members understand what tasks are included in their role and maintain boundaries, as outlined by the Alzheimer Society.


Members use conversations as a core practice in itself, to reflect on their work in local communities and to continue to grow in their roles.


Members use creativity as a source of energy for their practice – using imagination, permission to explore and finding new ways of completing their tasks.