Search Organizations (English): Alzheimer's disease

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Federation of Quebec Alzheimer Societies

Provides information, education and training, adapted support services and avocacy for families afflicted by Alzheimer Disease in Quebec.

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Alzheimer Society of Manitoba
Family Support Group

Provides education and support for the relatives of those with Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias. Professionally facilitated.

Alzheimer Society of Kingston
Provides a range of services, including individual support, referral services, support groups, educational workshops and information resources. (See Details)
Alzheimer Society of BC
Provides support and information to people with the disease and their caregivers. Runs support groups across B.C. to help people newly diagnosed with the disease (Early Stage Support Group) and to help caregivers (Caregivers Support Group) deal with their everyday challenges. Funds research into the cause and cure of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. Funds social and psychological research focusing on finding improved methods of caregiving and delivering services to people affected by dementia. Advocates with the government on important and relevant policy issues. Promotes public education and awareness to ensure people know where to turn for help. Recruits volunteers to help make a difference to people affected by the disease. (See Details)
Alzheimer Society of Canada
Provides information on the Alzheimer Society, Alzheimer disease and related dementias, caregiving, research, news, events, and more. Comprehensive Web site also offers a message board for exchange of information and support. // S'efforce d'alléger les conséquences personnelles et sociales de la maladie d'Alzheimer et de promouvoir la recherche sur ses causes et son traitement. Ce site inclut un babillard pour fournisseurs de soins et une foire aux questions sur la maladie d'Alzheimer. (See Details)
Alzheimer Day Program Support Groups for Families and Caregivers
Provides peer support and information to caregivers and families of persons with cognitive impairment. Professionally facilitated.
Alzheimer Family Support Group (Scarborough)
Supports those caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease. Professionally facilitated.
Circle of Care (Adult Children's Support Group)
Offers mutual support and education to adult sons and daughters who are caring for a loved one with irreversible cognitive impairment (i.e. Alzheimer's Disease). Professionally facilitated. (See Details)
Alzheimer's Association
Provides Alzheimer research and information, assistance, and support in diverse communities in the United States. Also offers educational materials on topics related to Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia disorders. (See Details)