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  • Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign | Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County
    contribution to go to the Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County or the overall Alzheimer movement please designate your wishes on the pledge form For more information visit www healthpartners ca or contact the Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County at 613 523 4004 or the Alzheimer Society of Canada at 1 800 616 8816 About Dementia What is Dementia 10 Warning Signs Stages of the Disease Benefits of Early Diagnosis ReThink Dementia Questions Statistics Research Recent Presentations Our Contribution to Research Alzheimer Society Research Program Local Trials Studies Invite a Speaker La maladie En quoi consistent l Alzheimer et maladies apparentées 10 signes précurseurs Les stades de la maladie d Alzheimer Avantages du diagnostic précoce Les Démences On Y Repense Living With Dementia I Have Dementia Planning for the Future Legal and Financial Health and Personal Care Driving and Dementia Caring for Yourself Caring for Someone with Dementia Care Planning Checklist Understanding Behaviour Take Care of Yourself Long Distance Caregiving Safety in the Home Long Term Care Community Dementia Services Rethink Dementia Conference Quotidien J ai la maladie Planifier l avenir S occuper de quelqu un Get Help We re Here to Help Support Soutien Ottawa Minds in Motion Minds In Song Drop in and Connect Support Groups Individuals in Early Stages of Dementia Caregiver Support Groups One on One Support Renfrew County Drop In and Connect Support Groups Caregiver Support Groups One on One Support Soutien en français Café rencontre Groupes de soutien Groupe de soutien pour les familles francophones Soutien individuel Education Éducation Other Opportunities Learn Online Webinars Interactive Learning Transition to Long Term Care Staff Families Working Together Dementia 101 Dementia 102 Communication Dementia 103 Behaviour Ottawa Free Education for Families Learning Series for Caregivers Other Opportunities Renfrew County Free Education for Families Learning

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  • Donate A Car | Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County
    Ottawa Renfrew County Alzheimer Society of Ottawa Renfrew County will send you a tax receipt after your car donation is complete About Dementia What is Dementia 10 Warning Signs Stages of the Disease Benefits of Early Diagnosis ReThink Dementia Questions Statistics Research Recent Presentations Our Contribution to Research Alzheimer Society Research Program Local Trials Studies Invite a Speaker La maladie En quoi consistent l Alzheimer et maladies apparentées 10 signes précurseurs Les stades de la maladie d Alzheimer Avantages du diagnostic précoce Les Démences On Y Repense Living With Dementia I Have Dementia Planning for the Future Legal and Financial Health and Personal Care Driving and Dementia Caring for Yourself Caring for Someone with Dementia Care Planning Checklist Understanding Behaviour Take Care of Yourself Long Distance Caregiving Safety in the Home Long Term Care Community Dementia Services Rethink Dementia Conference Quotidien J ai la maladie Planifier l avenir S occuper de quelqu un Get Help We re Here to Help Support Soutien Ottawa Minds in Motion Minds In Song Drop in and Connect Support Groups Individuals in Early Stages of Dementia Caregiver Support Groups One on One Support Renfrew County Drop In and Connect Support Groups Caregiver Support Groups One on One Support Soutien en français Café rencontre Groupes de soutien Groupe de soutien pour les familles francophones Soutien individuel Education Éducation Other Opportunities Learn Online Webinars Interactive Learning Transition to Long Term Care Staff Families Working Together Dementia 101 Dementia 102 Communication Dementia 103 Behaviour Ottawa Free Education for Families Learning Series for Caregivers Other Opportunities Renfrew County Free Education for Families Learning Series for Caregivers Ressources éducatives en français Séries d apprentissage Webinaires Apprentissage interactif La transition vers les soins de longue durée Resources Ressources Helpful Information Caregiver Fact Sheets Publications of Interest Useful Links Wandering First Link

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  • Success Stories Community Events | Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County
    family colleagues friends I have just exceeded the 2 000 mark My Sweet Memories fundraiser has been an amazing success this year and I do it in memory of a woman who has been a pillar in my life from the day I was born I do it frankly to try to cope with the loss of a big part of my life I do it to remember the person and not the disease I do it to honour only a fraction of what she excelled at and to celebrate the enigma that she also was I do it in the hopes that the agony that families go through will be somewhat relieved by an organisation like the Alzheimer Society About Dementia What is Dementia 10 Warning Signs Stages of the Disease Benefits of Early Diagnosis ReThink Dementia Questions Statistics Research Recent Presentations Our Contribution to Research Alzheimer Society Research Program Local Trials Studies Invite a Speaker La maladie En quoi consistent l Alzheimer et maladies apparentées 10 signes précurseurs Les stades de la maladie d Alzheimer Avantages du diagnostic précoce Les Démences On Y Repense Living With Dementia I Have Dementia Planning for the Future Legal and Financial Health and Personal Care Driving and Dementia Caring for Yourself Caring for Someone with Dementia Care Planning Checklist Understanding Behaviour Take Care of Yourself Long Distance Caregiving Safety in the Home Long Term Care Community Dementia Services Rethink Dementia Conference Quotidien J ai la maladie Planifier l avenir S occuper de quelqu un Get Help We re Here to Help Support Soutien Ottawa Minds in Motion Minds In Song Drop in and Connect Support Groups Individuals in Early Stages of Dementia Caregiver Support Groups One on One Support Renfrew County Drop In and Connect Support Groups Caregiver Support Groups One on

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  • Walk for Alzheimer's - La Marche pour l’Alzheimer | Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County
    is the biggest risk Canadians are living longer and age is the biggest risk factor for Alzheimer s disease and other dementias Did you know that 747 000 Canadians already have the disease In less than 20 years that number will nearly double to 1 4 million We still don t understand the causes and we have yet to find a cure Walk and Make Memories Matter Memories make us who we are When you walk you honour those who have passed and support our work to help people who have dementia now live well Across the country Alzheimer Societies offer programs and services that can help individuals and families touched by dementia in many different ways But none of this can happen without you Walk for Alzheimer s is not only a great opportunity for communities to rally around this increasingly prevalent disease but a fun way to raise awareness and much needed funds that can make a world of difference in the lives of Canadians affected Be part of our movement towards a world without Alzheimer s disease Sponsors The Walk for Alzheimer s is proud to welcome Bell Media as its exclusive media partner Become a Sponsor SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES WHY YOUR SPONSORSHIP IS IMPORTANT Inscrivez vous maintenant pour un geste digne de mémoire La Marche pour l Alzheimer est l événement majeur de collecte de fonds au Canada pour la maladie d Alzheimer et maladies apparentées L ensemble des dons amassés lors de la Marche pour l Alzheimer serviront à soutenir les programmes et les services de soutien au sein de votre communauté Ces services aident à améliorer la qualité de vie des personnes atteintes de la maladie l Alzheimer et leur famille à soutenir les activités de formation et à sensibiliser le grand public Par votre participation à la Marche pour l Alzheimer vous envoyez un message d espoir aux 747 000 Canadiens vivant actuellement avec la maladie d Alzheimer ou une maladie apparentée ainsi qu aux milliers de proches aidant présents à leurs côtés Grâce aux dons amassés vous leur promettez que l aide sera toujours disponible Votre Impact Pourquoi marcher Nous connaissons tous au moins une personne atteinte de la maladie d Alzheimer ou une maladie apparentée un parent ou un ami Faites partie de la solution et joignez vous au mouvement pour faire la différence pour les personnes touchées par la maladie d Alzheimer L âge est le plus grand facteur de risqué Les Canadiens vivent plus longtemps et l âge est le principal facteur de risque pour la maladie d Alzheimer et les maladies apparenteés Saviez vous que 747 000 Canadiens sont touchés par la maladie En moins de 20 ans ce nombre va doubler pour atteindre près de 1 4 millions de personnes Nous ne comprenons toujours pas les causes de la maladie et aucun remède n est actuellement disponible Un geste digne de mémoire Les souvenirs font de nous qui nous sommes Quand vous marchez vous rendez hommage à ceux

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  • Walk for Memories Stories | Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County
    her mother who has dementia But Sheila was faced with a dilemma this year Her brother is getting married in Fort Lauderdale on the same January weekend as the Walk for Memories in Ottawa She was not going to let that deter her Sheila will stage her own Walk with family and friends in Fort Lauderdale on the weekend of January 25 Tootsie s Team Sheila s family team will have a Florida edition and an Ottawa edition walking on the same weekend Sheila learned about the Walk for Memories when she first contacted her local Alzheimer Society for advice It was difficult to accept Mom s diagnosis says Sheila and when time came to find a retirement home for her I didn t know where to turn An Alzheimer Society staff member helped her with good advice It s extremely reassuring to know that Mom can continue to enjoy living independently while receiving the right kind of care says Sheila The Alzheimer Society helped a lot to make this important transition so much easier Sheila s husband Michael is manager of BMO Nesbitt Burns for Ottawa West His company is a corporate sponsor of Tootsie s Team and many of his colleagues walk alongside family and friends Last year Sheila and BMO staff members organized a bake sale adding over 800 to the more than 7 000 00 already raised Sheila is particularly grateful for the company s support Office staff made wonderful posters and the Alzheimer Society provided us with balloons and banners which we posted all over the building says Sheila We had a lineup 15 minutes before the event While Tootsie s Ottawa Team may have to contend with cold and snow before reaching the warmth of the Carleton University Fieldhouse where the Walk is held indoors Tootsie s Florida Team will walk some 10 kilometers down balmy Las Olas Boulevard in the Florida sunshine The two teams should have about 15 to 20 members each including Sheila s brother and his new wife who will start off their honeymoon that morning with their Walk Sheila even stirred up interest amongst the local Hilton hotel staff and the two groups will stay in touch through Skype What drives Sheila to be such a dedicated eager participant in the Walk for Memories It is incredibly comforting to know that such expert thoughtful advice is just a phone call away says Sheila The Alzheimer Society s services are truly invaluable for the person with dementia and their entire families I want to make sure this continues WALK FOR MEMORIES Ottawa s premier indoor fundraising walk is celebrating 20 great years on Sunday January 25 2015 This flagship fundraising event for the Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County will take place at the Carleton University Fieldhouse with registration start at 8 a m Walk start at 9 a m and the event ending by noon Funds raised at Walk for Memories will stay in your community to help make a difference for people living with dementia The local fundraising goal for 2015 is 275 000 Dementia is difficult but this event is something positive we can all do to reach out and help An event fun for the entire family register now at www walkformemories ca or call 613 369 5627 for more information To learn more about dementia and the support education and resources offered by the Alzheimer Society to families living with dementia visit www alzheimer ca ottawa Who are YOU walking for eliteaccordion Supporters Stories for 2014 event Out of the Shadows Why 30 year old Eli Duerrn is so passionate about supporting the Alzheimer Society By Eli Duern Alzheimer Society Supporter A cherished moment for Eli Duern of an earlier time with his father Photo courtesy E Duern My life was pretty average for a 30 year old I worked went to school had time with family and friends and then repeated Two years ago all of that changed My father was diagnosed with Alzheimer s disease You don t really take the time to think about the impact that an aging parent s disease may have on you until after the fact especially when dealing with dementia My father and I had a very strong relationship when I was young but like many fathers and sons over time we lost some of the bonds that we cherished And now with his disease I was scared that I would never be able to rebuild those bonds Not many people know about Alzheimer s and what is known is usually more fiction than fact There is so much stigma that surrounds dementia that those who suffer and the families that care for them remain in the shadows afraid to speak out for fear of ridicule and isolation I am fortunate to have a support system around me which helped me find the strength to speak out when others could not Through this support I was able to learn more and later to work with the Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County The Society is a not for profit organization that works directly with Alzheimer s disease sufferers and their families They are a small organization with big hearts and their work helps raise public awareness for a disease that is becoming more of a concern in an aging population The people within the organization have provided me with love and support that I would not have expected from a group of strangers They have not only provided me with a welcome ear but they have shown me the care that you would expect from close friends and family Every January the Alzheimer Society hosts a fundraising event called the Walk for Memories Following my father s diagnosis I was encouraged to participate and what I saw was amazing The number of people that were gathered to show their support and share their stories for a single cause a somewhat unknown cause was heartwarming It was proof that my family and I were not alone The Walk for Memories helps raise awareness and break the stigmas that surround the disease There is no hiding in the shadows there is no isolation only smiling faces and open arms Entire communities gather together on this day to shine a light of hope for those who find it hard to speak out I love my father deeply and I know that he still loves me we are just finding new ways to express that love Even though his mind has begun to wander his heart and soul remain the same and I think that is the most important thing to remember He is and always will be my loving father but he is suffering from a disease that has no cure My story is far from over really it has only begun I don t know which paths it will take or what the ending will look like but at least it is out of the shadows The Walk for Memories Ottawa s premier indoor fundraising walk takes place on Sunday January 26 from 9 a m to 12 p m in the Carleton University Fieldhouse The local Alzheimer Society s goal is 275 000 with funds raised staying in Ottawa and Renfrew County to help people living with dementia Form a team or come out as an individual and join in the fun Ask your family friends and colleagues to join you or to sponsor your Walk To register go to www walkformemories ca or call 613 523 4004 To learn more about dementia and the support education and resources offered by the Alzheimer Society to families living with dementia visit www alzheimer ca Ottawa Barrhaven family walks to support Gammie In honour of a mom and mother in law who were also good griends Marianne Morrison and her family will be participating in the Alzheimer Society s Walk for memories on January 26 2014 under the team name of The Gammies By Jane Stratton Alzheimer Society Volunteer Beverly worked as an executive at The Bay in Montreal There were occasions on which she lost her professional demeanour Like the time her doctor advised that she should let up on the lawn bowling so her epicondilytis would heal Beverely scoffed Lawn bowling Doctor I chop a cord of wood a week to heat my cabin That was Beverley tough and resilient Executive by day pioneer at night After her husband died and her children had grown Beverley moved out to their cottage in the Laurentians Every year she baked on the wood oven for weeks on end to fill her freezer Then car laden with cakes pies and cookies she made the trek to spend Christmas with her daughter Marianne Morrison and family in Ottawa Beverley eventually left the Laurentians and decamped to British Columbia with her second husband After he died Marianne visited and noticed that her mother couldn t even make coffee She brought her home with her to Ottawa The family hoped it was the stress of the grief and the move but after a while came a diagnosis of Alzheimer s disease Beverly stayed with the family in Barrhaven for quite some time At 92 she is now in a nursing home Then a couple of years ago Marianne s mother in law was also diagnosed with Alzheimer s disease The family has made good use of the services of the Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County over the years Since learning about the Society s fundraising Walk for Memories they have been proud to join in Marianne and Gord along with their three daughters and Gord s sister Anne with baby in tow all participated for the first time last year They are gearing up to walk again on January 26 2014 all sporting t shirts with their team name The Gammies The Walk for Memories Ottawa s premier indoor fundraising walk takes place on Sunday January 26 from 9 a m to 12 p m in the Carleton University Fieldhouse The local Alzheimer Society s goal is 275 000 with funds raised staying in Ottawa and Renfrew County to help people living with dementia Form a team or come out as an individual and join in the fun Ask your family friends and colleagues to join you or to sponsor your Walk To register go to www walkformemories ca or call 613 523 4004 To learn more about dementia and the support education and resources offered by the Alzheimer Society to families living with dementia visit www alzheimer ca ottawa Meet Walk for Memories volunteers Wendy and Larry Smith Wendy and Larry Smith have been volunteering for the Alzheimer Society s Walk for Memories in Ottawa since its inception 19 years ago Like the Walk Wendy and Larry have experienced a number of changes during that period of time In the beginning Wendy worked for an Ottawa based Chartered Accounting firm Collins Barrow Ottawa LLP which had encouraged its employees to get involved in the community The Alzheimer Society was one of a number of organizations that Collins Barrow supported Employees and family members alike from the organisation became involved with this great cause This was the start of the Smiths ongoing history of volunteering for the Alzheimer Society Little did they know that Alzheimer s disease would touch close to home some years later In 1995 the Walk for Memories was based at the Carlingwood Mall It was a great place to begin an activity that combined exercise with a good cause Max Keeping a local broadcast legend was an infectious spirit who would lead the bagpiper round the Mall with the walkers following in their footsteps on a quest to raise money for this worthy cause In recent years the Walk for Memories was relocated to its present day location of Carleton University s Field House Throughout its history the Walk provided an opportunity for the Smiths and others to gather together as a united front to support this worthy cause However it wasn t long until the annual walk became more meaningful for the Smiths when it was revealed that Wendy s aunt and Larry s father were both diagnosed with Alzheimer s While volunteering as a registration pair it gave them an opportunity to talk to individuals walking for their loved ones who had succumbed to this dreaded disease Year after year they would recognize the walkers share stories measure progress against their own loved ones as Alzheimer s continued to mark progress on the unsuspecting prey Collectively they believed that by participating in the annual Walk they were making a difference in the fight against this debilitating disease Although their loved ones have passed on and the goal of a cure has not yet been realized the Smiths remain committed to supporting the annual Walk for Memories Each year the end of January calls for a renewed commitment to continue the fight against this disease Although the faces of past walkers fade away new faces pick up and the battle continues towards better treatment and hopefully a cure for Alzheimer s disease This year Walk for Memories takes place on Sunday January 26 2014 from 9 a m to 12 noon inside Carleton University Fieldhouse Join as an individual or in a team to help the Alzheimer Society reach the local goal of 275 000 All proceeds are used to provide support education and resources for people with dementia as well as their families and caregivers Info www walkformemories ca Holly Kole Five Years of Fun Family and Awareness By Eli Duern Alzheimer Society Volunteer Dec 2013 For the last five years Holly Kole has waited in anticipation at Carleton University s Fieldhouse for the clock to strike 11 a m This is a magical time where she gets to join and take part in the excitement and enthusiasm of all the participants of the Alzheimer Society s Walk for Memories I used to work at the accounting firm Collins Barrow which was the lead sponsor of the Walk for Memories says Holly Through the firm I was encouraged to get involved with the community and thought that working with the society and one of their largest fundraising events would be a perfect fit Now at Cavanagh Construction Holly chose to stay on because of the people that are involved with the Walk and the Society the high spirits and warm attitude that they bring is infectious Like many Holly didn t know much about Alzheimer s disease or the work that the Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County does for those in need I wasn t aware of the stigmas mostly the isolation that those who suffer go through says Holly but now after volunteering with the Society for the last five years I ve gone from knowing nothing to a lot more It is great to see how immense the Society s support is and how hard they work for the various families in need The Walk for Memories which takes place during Alzheimer Awareness Month in January is celebrating 19 years of care and support to the community this year It has seen a number of changes over this time it has moved out of Carlingwood Mall to Carleton University s Fieldhouse and it has also seen a rise in the number of youth who participate The youth that are involved have brought more energy and enthusiasm to the Walk which is showing hope for the future of the Walk and the Society Holly encourages all who are willing to get involved It s not an invisible disease but it doesn t get a lot of media or medical attention so it s great to help showcase the need for support Giving back to the community for such an important cause becomes rewarding and fun For those who are curious about the Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County or their annual Walk for Memories and interested in volunteering Holly offers this advice Call the Society They appreciate all offers of support and make sure to involve the volunteers where they would benefit the most and have the most fun Get involved by raising a team and help get as much money donated as possible There is no task too small to help so if you are interested do it For more information about the Walk for Memories and the Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County visit www alzheimer ca ottawa Join in on the fun be part of the Society s family and help raise awareness for a worthy cause As long as you have shoes you can walk Cindy McKay s team at the 2012 Walk for Memories Cumberland resident Cindy McKay is an energetic young mother who believes in giving back her community When she saw an ad for the Alzheimer s Walk for Memories last year she jumped at the chance to get involved The cause was especially personal for her as her husband s grandfather had recently passed away from the disease The family is appreciative of all the support given to them by the Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County Under the banner Team Arnold she and her group raised 1000 last year Since the loss of Opa was fresh in everyone s mind family and friends were generous with donations She sent out a mass e mail just three weeks before the event and people were quick to jump on board both as walkers and donors I ve participated in a number of similar events Cindy says but I was surprised at how smoothly organized the Walk for Memories was especially given the number of walkers When she and her team arrived on site it took only a couple of minutes to get registered The music in the background combined with the spirit of camaraderie made the Walk go by quickly The

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  • Coffee Break® | Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County
    Hamilton have been Coffee Break event supporters for many years Each year Bulk Barn and Freshco retail outlets sell coffee cup cut outs in September in support of Coffee Break Questions Contact Teresa Hicks at thicks asorc org or 613 369 5627 Email or Fax Host Registration Form and Supplies Order Form please send to thicks asorc org or fax to 613 523 8522 About Dementia What is Dementia 10 Warning Signs Stages of the Disease Benefits of Early Diagnosis ReThink Dementia Questions Statistics Research Recent Presentations Our Contribution to Research Alzheimer Society Research Program Local Trials Studies Invite a Speaker La maladie En quoi consistent l Alzheimer et maladies apparentées 10 signes précurseurs Les stades de la maladie d Alzheimer Avantages du diagnostic précoce Les Démences On Y Repense Living With Dementia I Have Dementia Planning for the Future Legal and Financial Health and Personal Care Driving and Dementia Caring for Yourself Caring for Someone with Dementia Care Planning Checklist Understanding Behaviour Take Care of Yourself Long Distance Caregiving Safety in the Home Long Term Care Community Dementia Services Rethink Dementia Conference Quotidien J ai la maladie Planifier l avenir S occuper de quelqu un Get Help We re Here to Help Support Soutien Ottawa Minds in Motion Minds In Song Drop in and Connect Support Groups Individuals in Early Stages of Dementia Caregiver Support Groups One on One Support Renfrew County Drop In and Connect Support Groups Caregiver Support Groups One on One Support Soutien en français Café rencontre Groupes de soutien Groupe de soutien pour les familles francophones Soutien individuel Education Éducation Other Opportunities Learn Online Webinars Interactive Learning Transition to Long Term Care Staff Families Working Together Dementia 101 Dementia 102 Communication Dementia 103 Behaviour Ottawa Free Education for Families Learning Series for Caregivers Other Opportunities

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  • Event Details Coffee Break | Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County
    of how to host a successful event Click here Use the link below to register your event and a starter kit will be sent to you Create your own evite to for your event Host Registration form Contact Us Today Teresa Hicks Fundraising Coordinator at thicks asorc org or 613 369 5627 Put on the coffee and help brew funds for Alzheimer support Thanks a latte About Dementia What is Dementia 10 Warning Signs Stages of the Disease Benefits of Early Diagnosis ReThink Dementia Questions Statistics Research Recent Presentations Our Contribution to Research Alzheimer Society Research Program Local Trials Studies Invite a Speaker La maladie En quoi consistent l Alzheimer et maladies apparentées 10 signes précurseurs Les stades de la maladie d Alzheimer Avantages du diagnostic précoce Les Démences On Y Repense Living With Dementia I Have Dementia Planning for the Future Legal and Financial Health and Personal Care Driving and Dementia Caring for Yourself Caring for Someone with Dementia Care Planning Checklist Understanding Behaviour Take Care of Yourself Long Distance Caregiving Safety in the Home Long Term Care Community Dementia Services Rethink Dementia Conference Quotidien J ai la maladie Planifier l avenir S occuper de quelqu un Get Help We re Here to Help Support Soutien Ottawa Minds in Motion Minds In Song Drop in and Connect Support Groups Individuals in Early Stages of Dementia Caregiver Support Groups One on One Support Renfrew County Drop In and Connect Support Groups Caregiver Support Groups One on One Support Soutien en français Café rencontre Groupes de soutien Groupe de soutien pour les familles francophones Soutien individuel Education Éducation Other Opportunities Learn Online Webinars Interactive Learning Transition to Long Term Care Staff Families Working Together Dementia 101 Dementia 102 Communication Dementia 103 Behaviour Ottawa Free Education for Families Learning Series for Caregivers

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  • Register Your Event | Alzheimer Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County
    re Here to Help Nous sommes ici pour vous aider Support Soutien Education Éducation Resources Ressources Get Involved Close Donate Fundraise Volunteer Raise Your Voice Join Local Initiatives Share Your Thoughts Dementia Friends News Events About Us Close Mission Vision Values Our History Key Dates Annual Report Staff Directory Partners Board of Directors Career Opportunities Contact Us Register Your Event Alzheimer Coffee Break Event 2015 Upon registration please allow up

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