Documents and Brochures

If you’d like to order printed copies of any of the following documents in quantities of 100 or more, please complete the form below. Documents available for order are indicated by (*).

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Books, Videos and Other Dementia Resources at Baycrest

Located in Toronto, Baycrest has one of the largest collections of dementia resources in Canada. You can access the materials by:

 

Baycrest Library Website

 

Useful Links

Links to Other Alzheimer’s Associations:

  • Alzheimer Society of Canada
    The web site for the national office of the Alzheimer Society in Canada includes information (in English and French) on the disease, research and treatment available in Canada.
  • Alzheimer Society of Ontario
    The web site for the provincial office of the Alzheimer Society in Ontario includes information (in English and French) on the development of Public Policy in Ontario, provincial programs and initatives, and provides a directory to local chapters in Ontario.

  • Alzheimer’s Association
    The web site for the national office of the Alzheimer’s Association in the United State includes information (in English, Chinese, Korean, Spanish) on the disease, research and treatment available in the United States, and provides a directory to state, regional and local chapters across the United States of America.
  • Alzheimer’s Education and Referral Center
    The web site for the national clearinghouse of information on Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias includes information in English and Spanish and provides directories to Alzheimer’s Disease Research Centres and dementia literature databases.

  • Alzheimer’s Disease International
    The web site of the international office of the Alzheimer movement includes links to information in many languages as well as a directory to the national offices of the Alzheimer Societies/Associations that exist around the world.
  • Alzheimer Europe
    Web site of Alzheimer Europe, based in Luxembourg, provides information to organizations providing care and treatment of Alzheimer patients in Europe, includes directory to Alzheimer Societies/Associations in Europe.
  • Alzheimer Russia
    Web site of a non-profit organization in Russia dealing with dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
  • Persian Dementia Website for Caregivers
    A dementia website for caregivers in Persian.

 

Understanding the Disease:

  • Dementia Explained
    Dementia information for young kids, juniors and teens.
  • The Milk’s in the Oven
    Online booklet written in simple language available for download. It explains how people with dementia behave and feel, it also aims to provide young people with information about the illness and how to cope with knowing someone who was dementia.
  • AFA Teens
    Goals of this organization include educating and informing the public about Alzheimer disease, and providing support to teenagers with family members suffering from this disease.

 

Research:

  • MAREP
    The Kenneth G. Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program. Website provides information on current research on innovations and effective approaches to dementia care.

 

Community Services:

  • Toronto Dementia Network
    Online directory of services available in Toronto for individuals with dementia, their families and caregivers.
  • 211 Toronto
    Online directory of community services and long-term care facilities available in Toronto.

  • Alzheimers.net
    Website designed to teach people about Alzheimers and other forms of dementia, and updated with regularily with articles around the disease. Includes an online directory to Community Care Access Centres across the United States.