We have gathered trusted, informative resources both locally and across North America to help you find solutions to your senior home care needs.
The Alzheimer Society is the leading not-for-profit health organization working nationwide to improve the quality of life for Canadians affected by Alzheimer's disease and other dementias and advance the search for the cause and cure. Active in communities right across Canada, the Society has programs and services near you.
As the world’s leading voluntary health organization dedicated to Alzheimer’s care, support, and research, the Alzheimer’s Association strives to improve quality of life for those facing Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. It funds critical research, provides education and resources, raises awareness, and advocates in partnership with government, private, and nonprofit organizations for a solution to the global Alzheimer’s epidemic.
As one of America’s leading educators on dementia, Teepa Snow’s philosophy is reflective of her education, work experience, available medical research, and firsthand caregiving interactions. Working as a registered occupational therapist for over 30 years, Teepa Snow's wealth of experience has led her to develop Positive Approach® to Care techniques and training models that now are used by families and professionals working or living with dementia or other brain changes throughout the world.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation is dedicated to finding a cure for Parkinson's disease through an aggressively funded research agenda and to ensuring the development of improved therapies for those living with Parkinson's today.
For more than 60 years, Heart & Stroke has been dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. Its work has saved thousands of lives and improved the lives of millions of others. You’ll probably run into someone today who is alive and well thanks to the countless Canadians who have supported the Heart & Stroke cause with their time and donations.
Find information for seniors, their families, their caregivers, and supporting service organizations on federal, provincial, territorial, and some municipal government benefits and services.
Today, the Canadian Diabetes Association is active in more than 150 Canadian communities and supports people living with diabetes through research, advocacy, education, and services.