Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan
Offers information, education, individual support, and support groups for persons with dementia and caregivers. Provides referrals to community resources and assistance navigating the health system, community programs and services. No formal diagnosis is required to access programs and services.
Advocates for changes to improve the quality of life for people living with dementia in Saskatchewan. Funds research into prevention, cures, and quality of life, and raises awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. Offers ways to maintain a healthy brain and reduce risk of developing dementia.
- Coffee and Chat
- Dementia – What is It?
- Dementia Friendly Community
- Dementia Helpline
- Dementia Information and Resources
- First Link® Program (7 locations)
- Learning Series (3 locations)
- Minds in Motion® (Fitness Program) (2 locations)
- Public Awareness and Education (7 locations)
- Support Groups (7 locations)
- U-First!® Training Program
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