Virtual Minds in Motion

Zoom

Come out and join us on zoom for a light to moderate exercise program that incorporates your whole body! To register email Jenn Pruder at jpruder@alzheimerlondon.ca Facilitators: Ros and Jenny

World Outings on the Web (WOW) – Presented by Canada Life

Zoom

Now is a better time than ever to travel!  We mean travel virtually that is, to different places all over the world from inside your home! Join us for our virtual day trips and armchair travels around the world on zoom. Each week we will explore new and interesting places around the world as a group and […]

Virtual Games Galore

Zoom

It is so important to stimulate our brains in different ways. Join us for fun, exciting, virtual games each week on zoom. To register email Jenn Pruder at jpruder@alzheimerlondon.ca Facilitators: Scott and Hannah F

Virtual Cuisine

Zoom

With everything going on in the world it is more important than ever to stay connected.  We all come from different backgrounds and can share our cultures with each other! Each session we will visit a new country, try to make their national dishes, and become familiar with the culture. Various customs and traditions are […]

Brain Matters – The Power of Thoughts

Zoom

The Power of Thoughts Damian Devonish Dec. 8th, 10 AM – 11 AM Identifying, understanding and effectively managing anxiety as a caregiver. Learn how to manage your personal fears through effective self-care, while giving loved ones the best support possible.  For more information and to register, head to our Brain Matters page.

Brain Matters – Dementia as a DisAbility

Zoom

Dementia as a DisAbility Kate Swaffer January 19th, 7 PM Diagnosed with dementia at 49, Australian Kate Swaffer is an award-winning human rights campaigner and CEO/co-founder of Dementia Alliance International. Her work reframes dementia as a disablilty and speaks to the human rights of people with dementia. For more information and to register, head to […]

Brain Matters – Ageism & Dementia

Zoom

Ageism & Dementia Dr. Nathan Stall, Laura Tamblyn-Watts, David Harvey February 16th, 10 AM The panel will explore the ‘double stigma’ of ageism and dementia-related discrimination and the impact on individuals and society. For more information and to register, head to our Brain Matters page.