Alzheimer Montréal
AlzMontreal
A space to share information, strategies, experiences and concerns with others who are caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or other dementia.
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September 10th in AlzMontreal
Do you want to discuss aspects of life related to dementia in an informal and inclusive space?

AlzMontreal offers Alzheimer Cafés across the island of Montreal for just this reason!

Find out the topics of our Alzheimer Cafés this September here: bit.ly/2MCsAZs

Consult the full Alzheimer Café calendar here: bit.ly/2Oab8Ze

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AlzMontreal's next Alzheimer Café will take place this Friday, September 21 (World Alzheimer's Day!), at Langelier Library, Montreal!

Daniel Geneau, neuropsychologist, will be discussing emotional memory in Alzheimer's disease (in French).

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September 19th
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September 18th in AlzMontreal
What activities are offered in Montreal for people living with dementia?

Yesterday, AlzMontreal's Monday Meet-Ups group for people living with dementia was delighted to welcome Aileen Borruel for a laughter yoga session!

For more information about our services for people living with dementia : bit.ly/2B4zYaw

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Great resource. Thanks for sharing RichardSteele. Do others want to share some Montreal resources being offered in the Alzheimer support space. AprilHayward Clairewebster SusanKHutt LAppui L'Appui Montréal MtlHealthCalendar Bengaied

September 19th
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What activities are offered in Montreal for people living with dementia?

Yesterday, AlzMontreal's Monday Meet-Ups group for people living with dementia was delighted to welcome Aileen Borruel for a laughter yoga session!

For more information about our services for people living with dementia : bit.ly/2B4zYaw

September 18th
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September 17th in AlzMontreal
What can you do to reduce your risk of developing dementia?

#1 Look after your heart!

Smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and obesity all damage the blood vessels and increase the risk for having a stroke or a heart attack that could contribute to developing dementia in later life.

These...

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On the point of brain health, people may find this recent Huddol webinar on brain training of interest: events.huddol.c…emory-wellness

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Flexing Your Memory: A brain wellness bootcamp

This learning event is geared for adults and older individuals who may have concerns about their memory and/or wish to optimize their memory functioning.

September 17th
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September 17th in AlzMontreal
What can you do to reduce your risk of developing dementia?

#1 Look after your heart!

Smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and obesity all damage the blood vessels and increase the risk for having a stroke or a heart attack that could contribute to developing dementia in later life.

These...

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#2 Be physically active!

Physical activity and exercise are powerful preventive medicines, helping you control your blood pressure and weight, as well as reducing the risk of type II diabetes and some forms of cancer. There is also some evidence to ...

September 17th
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What can you do to reduce your risk of developing dementia?

#1 Look after your heart!

Smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and obesity all damage the blood vessels and increase the risk for having a stroke or a heart attack that could contribute to developing dementia in later life.

These...

September 17th
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September 16th in AlzMontreal
Food for Thought!
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Love this! Life is meant to be lived and understanding what brings joy should be encouraged. We stop people from eating foods we consider harmful, or from doing hobbies or activities we love because something bad might happen. I remember letting ...

September 16th
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Food for Thought!
September 16th
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Would you like to know more about art therapy for people living with dementia in Montreal?

Olive, a charismatic lady with a wonderful sense of humour, recently joined the AlzMontreal art therapy program!

Olive never thought she could paint and surprises herself each time with her creations. Here are a few pieces of her artwork that she is ...

September 14th
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September 5th in AlzMontreal

Canadians living with dementia are entitled to the same human rights as every other Canadian, as outlined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. However, stigma and discrimination are huge barriers for people with dementia and often ...

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Exactly one week ago, the Alzheimer Society of Canada launched The Canadian Charter of Rights for People with Dementia!

The Charter is now up on the wall at AlzMontreal's head office, and you can also read it online here: bit.ly/2NTIhZ3

September 12th
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