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Alzheimer's Disease Support Organizations

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In addition to this website, there are many helpful organizations and resources that offer support to people with Alzheimer's disease as well as their caregivers.

Resources, patient associations & congresses

Alzheimer Society of Canada

20 Eglinton Ave. W., Ste. 1600
Toronto, ON M4R 1K8
Tel: (416) 488-8772
Toll-free: 1-800-616-8816 (valid only in Canada)
Fax: (416) 488-3778
E-mail: info@alzheimer.ca
Web: www.alzheimer.ca
Find your local chapter:
www.alzheimer.ca/english/offices/intro.htm

The Alzheimer Society of Canada offers information and support for people living with Alzheimer's disease and their family members. They can put you in touch with support and resources at a local level.

Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI)

64 Great Suffolk Street
London
SE1 0BL
UK
www.alz.co.uk

An international umbrella organization of Alzheimer associations around the world, ADI aims to help raise awareness about Alzheimer's disease and other causes of dementia. The ADI website offers a directory of national offices of Alzheimer's societies and associations around the world, and provides links to information about Alzheimer's disease in over 30 languages.

Coffee Break

www.alzheimercoffeebreak.ca

As the Alzheimer Society's annual fundraiser, Coffee Break brings together friends, co-workers and customers in communities across Canada to raise funds for local Alzheimer Societies.

The Dementia Guide

www.dementiaguide.ca

The Dementia Guide provides helpful information and tools created by people who understand what it's like caring for someone who has Alzheimer's disease. Their goal is to provide up-to-date information for you to use to create your individualized care plan for symptom management and communication with physicians and family members.

Safely Home®

www.safelyhome.ca

Safely Home is a program that helps people with Alzheimer's disease maintain their independence by helping them to return home safely should they become lost.

Inside the Brain: An Interactive Tour

http://www.alzheimer.ca/english/
alzheimer_brain_mini_site/preview.htm

Created by the Alzheimer's Association, this site offers detailed information on Alzheimer's disease, as well as an entertaining and informative "interactive tour" of the brain in over a dozen languages.