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Meet Walk Sponsor: Memory & Company

We asked the Walk for Memories presented by Memory Care sponsors three questions to get to know them more: Here’s what they said…   Memory & Company   1. Tell us who you are as an organization? We are Memory & Company, Canada’s first Alzheimer’s Health Club. We are a day program that was designed … Continued

Meet Walk Sponsor: Symphony Senior Living

We asked the Walk for Memories presented by Memory Care sponsors three questions to get to know them more: Here’s what they said…   Symphony Senior Living   1.       Tell us who you are as an organization? We are a 100% Canadian owned and operate 11 beautiful properties across Canada: Alberta (Calgary and Red Deer), … Continued

A private evening with Still Alice

On Wednesday January 21st, 200 guests filled the Varsity theatre and were treated to a private screening of the award-winning film Still Alice, before it opens in theatres this week. Each guest was a registered walker for the Alzheimer Society of Toronto’s Walk for Memories presented by Memory Care. It was a truly meaningful opportunity for the Alzheimer … Continued

Cathy’s #WhyIWalk Story (Video)

Every walker story is different. See why Cathy Barrick walks and why the Walk for Memories presented by Memory Care matters to her.   Donate to Cathy’s fundraising campaign, or find other stories that inspire you. Support the Walk for Memories presented by Memory Care to help us end Alzheimer’s disease.  

Add your photo to the Wall of Memories!

Share your story on the Wall of Memories, powered by TPH. If you are attending the 25th annual Walk for Memories presented by Memory Care, this is your opportunity to have your picture pre-posted on the iconic Wall of Memories. When you arrive on January 31st at Brookfield Place, you will see the photograph you … Continued

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    31-01-2015
    Join us for a fun, family-friendly, indoor event that brings together our community to raise money for the Society and to honour and remember those with dementia.
    09-02-2015
    For family caregivers and people in the early stages of dementia to explore rhythm and relaxation techniques through drumming.
    11-02-2015
    A guided, interactive tour of the Art Gallery of Ontario for people in the early stages of dementia and their family caregivers. Light refreshments are served following the tour.
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