Charitable Organization

Alzheimer Society Of Saskatchewan Inc.

Regina, SK

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The Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan empowers people to live well with dementia through our many programs and services that we offer across Saskatchewan. *First Link is an early intervention service designed to connect individuals and families affected by Alzheimer's disease or another dementia with services and support as soon as possible after diagnosis through formal referral from physicians and health professionals. *We offer support to people with dementia and their care partners on an individual basis and through support groups. *We educate people affected by dementia through our Learning Series that...spans the continuum of the disease as well as a website, brochures, information sheets and our Dementia Helpline that is accessible toll free across the province. *We provide awareness about dementia, the warning signs and the benefit of an early diagnosis through community presentations and ways to lower your risk through our Healthy Brain program. *Minds in Motion, a community-based fitness and social activity program is available in 4 cities for those with early stage Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia to participate in with an exercise partner. *We are building Dementia Friendly Communities and Dementia Friends to ...

*Leadership Group for People with Dementia - this grop was established to promote the meaningful engagement of persons with dementia in the work of the Alzheimer Society. The Leadership Group provides an environment in which people with dementia are invited to actively contribute ideas, skills, and abilities to the work of the Society. *UFirst! Training - is a training program that helps frontline staff to develop a common knowledge base, language, values, and approach to caring for people with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.

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Description% of emphasis
Specialized health organizations100

*% of emphasis is reported by the charity and does not necessarily reflect money spent.

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