The Alzheimer Society of Toronto is very proud to present a wide range of programming for People Living with Dementia or Mild Cognitive Impairment, and their care partners.
Some of our programs include:
Active Living Program: Offers an exciting range of activities to enhance social inclusionms and physical well-being while exploring the benefits of creative therapies for people with dementia and their care partners.
Active Minds Club (Young Onset Adult Day Program): The Active Minds Club offers an inclusive, age-appropriate space for recreational, cognitive, and social stimulation, while extending respite opportunities for caregivers.
Music Project: Provides people with dementia with MP3 players pre-loaded with meaningful music. Listening to personalized music is a simple yet incredibly powerful activity with the potential to reignite older memories, increase physical and social activity, and improve mood, cognition, communication, sleep, and overall quality of life.
Teleconnect: Teleconnect offers regularly scheduled outreach or check-in social telephone calls providing a listening ear with the goal to build connections. This program is delivered by trained volunteers and is offered in various languages.
Guided Tours: In partnership with the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) and the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), the Alzheimer Society of Toronto offers specialized group tours for persons living with dementia, their families and caregivers. This program is currently being offered virtually once monthly.
Adult day programs
Dementia specific – daytime
Early Onset Services (under 65)
Information and referral
Telephone Reassurance / Telephone Security Checks
Therapeutic Recreation services for persons with dementia
Please refer to program webpage or event calendar for information on program delivery (i.e., online or in-person, dates and times).