Brain-Friendly Activities and Information!
Mark your calendar for these upcoming LIVE events.
Dementia Society live events offer the opportunity for real-time interaction, Q&A with dementia experts, and a direct connection to your community of support
Peer support groups are a great way to connect with and share experiences with other caregivers and their partners. View this month’s schedule of Dementia Society expert-facilitated online support groups Ottawa / Renfrew County
The Dementia Society offers a wealth of on-demand programming available to you on your time. Education, entertainment and dementia-tailored activities are just a click away, when you need and want them.
Fireside Chat with a Dementia Care Coach and Caregiver In this Fireside Chat, we look at the role of a Dementia Care Coach in supporting caregivers, how to best navigate this crisis as a caregiver, and to ensure the best possible outcomes for ourselves and our loved ones. (58min:20sec)
Spiritual Resiliency, Dementia, and Caregiving during Uncertain Days- The presenters of this webinar will raise questions about the intersection of faith and caregiver health - emotional, social, and spiritual. Namely, are there healthy and healing ways to narrate our own lives, as caregivers, that are more strengthening than others? (1hr:02min)
Get crafty! A series of Arts and Minds classes is now available on the Dementia Society’s to view them please click here. Pick from (painting, drawing, specific examples) classes to find the instructor-lead session that best suits your interests.
Music fires the brain! Our Circle of Song sing-a-long classes are available at your convenience on YouTube. To view them please click here and you’ll be humming along in no time.
Take-a-Break: You know caregiving is stressful and can require a lot of resilience. Our Take-a-Break program provides caregivers the opportunity to take a few moments for themselves, while a trained volunteer visits with your person with dementia. This virtual respite program is free, just register to request a match. We’ll find the right fit so you both get a break. For more information and to register, click here.
Pedal Power Program - Pedal Power is- a foot pedal loan program that sets you up to cycle in the comfort of your home. We provide the pedals and you’re on your way – it’s easier than riding a bike! To learn more click here.
Dementia knows no bias. The Dementia Society is here to ensure that NO ONE faces dementia alone. We share Capital Pride’s mission to celebrate, advocate, educate, and connect people respecting the full diversity of the 2SLGBTQ+ community. The Dementia Society is here to help all people affected by dementia and their care partners.
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