Events that cannot be registered for online (only via telephone / email) OR events that do not require registration to attend

26 Aug

Brain Health

2020-02-21T15:01:25-05:00

This interactive presentation discusses the risk factors of dementia and how healthy lifestyle changes can help improve and maintain the health of the brain.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand some of the research findings on reducing the risk of developing dementia
  • Recognize how lifestyle plays a role in a person’s risk of developing dementia
  • Commit to take action to reduce the risk of developing dementia

Presented by Alzheimer Society of Toronto

To register, please call TPL Parliament Branch at 416-393-7663

 

 

Brain Health2020-02-21T15:01:25-05:00
29 Jul

Dementia 102 – Communication

2020-02-21T15:01:24-05:00

This presentation discusses changes in communication that occur in people with dementia and strategies to communicate and support the individual using a person-centred approach.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain how communication changes in a person with dementia
  • Describe strategies that can support communication with a person with dementia
  • Recognize the benefits of validating a person’s feeling when trying to communicate

Presented by Alzheimer Society of Toronto

To register, please call TPL Parliament Branch at 416-393-7663

Dementia 102 – Communication2020-02-21T15:01:24-05:00
7 Jul

Webinar: Supporting Communication

2020-02-21T15:01:23-05:00

This webinar will focus on providing participants with the knowledge of how communication can change over the couse of the disease and ways to supportively communicate with a person living with dementia.

Learning Objectives:

  • Increase your understanding of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia
  • Recognize the impact has on communication
  • Develop strategies to improve communication

 

Use your computer and internet connection to participate in a live presentation

To REGISTER: Go to our ONLINE LEARNING site at www.alzeducate.ca

Step 1: Access your Options

Step 2: Create an Account

Step 3: Enrol in a webinar

 

 

Webinar: Supporting Communication2020-02-21T15:01:23-05:00
29 Jun

Webinar: Celebrating Special Occasions

2020-02-21T15:01:22-05:00

Explore the unique challenges of celebrating holidays and special occasions. Gain practical planning tips, including strategies to promote meaningful communication with person with dementia.

Learning Objectives:

  • Increase awareness of dementia-related changes that may lead to feelings of loss for family and friends during holidays and special occasions
  • Plan special occasions that respect the changing abilities of the person with dementia
  • Develop strategies for meaningful communication with the person with dementia

For family caregivers.

Use your computer, internet connection and phone to participate in a live presentation

To REGISTER: Go to our NEW online learning site at www.alzeducate.ca

Step 1: Access your Options

Step 2: Create an Account

Step 3: Enrol in a webinar

 

Webinar: Celebrating Special Occasions2020-02-21T15:01:22-05:00
29 Jun

Active Minds Social Club

2020-02-21T15:01:22-05:00

The Active Minds Social Club caters to individuals under the age of 65 who have been diagnosed with dementia. The program offers an inclusive, age-appropriate space for recreational, cognitive and social stimulation, while offering respite opportunity for caregivers. 

The Social Club is offered at no cost and includes breakfast, lunch and regular outings.

Every Monday and Friday

Morning: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Afternoon: 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Program hours are flexible and can accommodate half days or full days if needed. 

 

For more information and to register, contact Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communites  at

416-847-4134 or by email at cssintake@schcontario.ca

Active Minds Social Club2020-02-21T15:01:22-05:00
26 Jun

Active Minds Social Club

2020-02-21T15:01:22-05:00

The Active Minds Social Club caters to individuals under the age of 65 who have been diagnosed with dementia. The program offers an inclusive, age-appropriate space for recreational, cognitive and social stimulation, while offering respite opportunity for caregivers. 

The Social Club is offered at no cost and includes breakfast, lunch and regular outings.

Every Monday and Friday

Morning: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Afternoon: 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Program hours are flexible and can accommodate half days or full days if needed. 

 

For more information and to register, contact Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communites  at

416-847-4134 or by email at cssintake@schcontario.ca

Active Minds Social Club2020-02-21T15:01:22-05:00
25 Jun

Dementia 102 – Communication

2020-02-21T15:01:22-05:00

This presentation discusses changes in communication that occur in people with dementia and strategies to communicate and support the individual using a person-centred approach.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain how communication changes in a person with dementia
  • Describe strategies that can support communication with a person with dementia
  • Recognize the benefits of validating a person’s feeling when trying to communicate

Presented by Alzheimer Society of Toronto

To register, please call TPL Malvern Branch at 416-396-8969 

Dementia 102 – Communication2020-02-21T15:01:22-05:00
24 Jun

Dementia 101

2020-02-21T15:01:21-05:00

This workshop will provide an overview of Alzheimer’s disease focusing on the importance of early diagnosis and illustrates the progression of the disease. 

Topics:

  • Gain a greater understanding of the process of diagnosis and medications available
  • Develop a better, over-all understanding of dementia
  • Increase your knowledge of the stages and progression of Alzheimer’s disease
  • Better the caregiver’s insight into the person with dementia (PWD)
  • Learn about community services and supports

Presented by Alzheimer Society of Toronto.

To register, please call TPL – Parliament St. Branch at 416-393-7663

Dementia 1012020-02-21T15:01:21-05:00
23 Jun

Brain Health

2020-02-21T15:01:21-05:00

This interactive presentation discusses the risk factors of dementia and how healthy lifestyle changes can help improve and maintain the health of the brain.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand some of the research findings on reducing risk of developing dementia
  • Recognize how lifestyle plays a role in a person’s risk of developing dementia
  • Commit to take action to reduce the risk of developing dementia

Presented by Alzheimer Society of Toronto

To register, please call TPL – Mt. Pleasant Branch at 416-393-7737

 

 

Brain Health2020-02-21T15:01:21-05:00
22 Jun

Active Minds Social Club

2020-02-21T15:01:20-05:00

The Active Minds Social Club caters to individuals under the age of 65 who have been diagnosed with dementia. The program offers an inclusive, age-appropriate space for recreational, cognitive and social stimulation, while offering respite opportunity for caregivers. 

The Social Club is offered at no cost and includes breakfast, lunch and regular outings.

Every Monday and Friday

Morning: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Afternoon: 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Program hours are flexible and can accommodate half days or full days if needed. 

 

For more information and to register, contact Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communites  at

416-847-4134 or by email at cssintake@schcontario.ca

Active Minds Social Club2020-02-21T15:01:20-05:00

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