June Issue

Dear Supporter,

Throughout the month of May, our community worked together to show those living with dementia and their care partners that they do not walk this journey alone. 

Together, our Walkers walked and fundraised along the way, collectively raising $1,300,000 and counting across Ontario! Thank you for your hard work and commitment. Our Walkers helped raise crucial funds and awareness to meet the growing demand in life-changing programs and services that our community relies on.

See you in 2023!

Education & Awareness

Our team of educators has planned a variety of education and awareness programs to meet your needs. Whether you are a person living with dementia, wanting to learn ways to manage your symptoms, or a care partner looking to learn support strategies, we have options for you! Participate online in the comfort of your home or attend in-person knowing we have taken steps to maximize health & safety. 
Join us and deepen your understanding! >>

Creative Connections

Our Creative Connections program, held in partnership with Quest Art School + Gallery, provides participants with opportunities to create unique art projects and connect with each other while doing so! Research has shown that Art Therapy has the potential to engage attention, provide pleasure, and boost self-esteem! We have seen these elements in action! Have a look at some of the highlights from a recent program. Connect with your inner artist! Join the next program! >>

The Alzheimer Society and Me

Share Your Volunteer Story by contacting Marguerite.

We are pleased to share another story from one of our amazing volunteers! This month’s account is from Deborah. READ MORE >>

Donor Spotlight

Our annual IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s would not have been possible without our incredible sponsors. Please join us in thanking them and all our walkers, teams, and volunteers for making the 24th annual Walk a great success!
Visit our website for more information >>

Challenge Your Brain!

Challenging your brain regularly is one way to keep your brain healthy and reduce your risk of developing dementia. It is also an important strategy in living well with the disease. Stay cognitively active and have some fun by trying these games! Give your brain a regular workout!

Dementia Doesn’t Discriminate and Neither Do We

The Alzheimer Society stands united with the LGBTQ2S+ community and continuously strives to foster an environment that is a safe space for all clients to be their true selves so they can receive the best dementia support possible.


Summer Hours
of Operation

The Alzheimer Society of Simcoe County will be changing its hours of operation for the period June 27 to September 2, 2022.