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Upcoming Programs

Dementia Education

Virtual Event
Caregiver burden is real. If you are a caring for a loved one living with dementia or a professional in the caregiving field- then this workshop is for you!

Dementia Education

Virtual Event
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) reported over 100,000 incidents of fraud to Canadians in 2021, noting fraud is the number one crime against senior Canadians. Learn about recognizing, rejecting and reporting fraud and scams at the Fraud and Scam webinar.

Dementia Education

Virtual Event
Learn about elderly abuse, warning signs and risk factors at the webinar. You will also learn about resources available in the community to find support and more information.

Activities, Support & Services

Virtual Event
Let’s Get Moving is an opportunity for people living with early to mid-stage dementia and a friend to socialize and be stimulated stimulation through accessible physical activities.

Dementia Education

Virtual Event
Ask the experts: learn from local physicians and allied health professionals about the science of dementia, research, associated behaviours of dementia and community resources. This series is informed by the latest evidence-based research and practices.

Dementia Education

Virtual Event
Learn about optimizing cognitive health through lifestyle choices and social support. This education sessions is intended for people who are experiencing Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and their close family members/friends. MCI involves memory loss that is greater than expected for ones age but not enough to compromise ones ability to carry out daily activities.

Activities, Support & Services

Support Group
Our caregiver peer support groups provide a safe environment to learn, share, express and help each other through mutual understanding and support. These groups are co-facilitated by an individual with lived experience with dementia, and a trained Dementia Society Care Coach. Experience a compassionate environment and receive up-to-date, accurate information.

Dementia Education

In-person Event
Designed for carepartners and caregivers who play a pivotal role in the lives of people living with dementia. It’s the second step in enhancing knowledge of dementia and skills needed to support the changing needs of someone living with dementia, communication and how to support the person with dementia.

Dementia Education

Virtual Event
A 5-part series designed for caregivers supporting someone living with dementia in the middle to late stages.

Dementia Education

Virtual Event
Learn about 8 brain healthy choices to help you prevent and live well with dementia. Learn how to recognize the warning signs of dementia and how the Dementia Society can help.

Dementia Education

Virtual Event
Legal and financial planning information session to help prepare for today and tomorrow. Learn about how to managing finances, power of attorney, disability credits, taxes and more. The presentation is delivered by a experienced accountant

Activities, Support & Services

Virtual Event
Retro-spectives in partnership with the Osgoode Township Museum is a virtual quarterly slow looking program of agricultural tools hosted by a museum facilitator.

Activities, Support & Services

In-person Event
Instructor, Liz Spence will guide participants through an art class where participants will use water colours and crayons to paint. Reference images will also be provided to help participants to enjoy an easy and colourful art class.

Dementia Education

Virtual Event
Learn about long term care, how to apply and making the transition. Delivered in patnership by Home and Community Care Ontario Health East, The Dementia Society, and a caregiver with lived experience.