Who are you walking for?

Join us on Saturday May 27, 2023, as we welcome back supporters across Peel for our in-person IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s.

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Banner promoting the IGWM Walk for Alzheimer's. A photo of four people - a tall Black man with a bald head, a Black woman with straight dark hair, a Black girl with curly hair, an a younger Black boy with short cropped curly hair - all dressed in IGWM Walk for Alzheimer's shirts, walking outdoors on a downtown sidewalk, surrounded by shrubbery and trees. High-rise buildings can be seen in the background. This image is set against a blue gradient background. White text beside reads: Who are you walking for?

First Link®

First Link allows health care professionals and community agencies to refer their patients and/or clients to receive additional support.

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Dementia education for Care Partners

The pursuit of public education is the hallmark of the work done by the Alzheimer Society of Peel. Learn how to access both online and in-person education sessions for Care Partners.

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ASP and COVID-19

Learn more about ASP's phased-in approach to reopen, as we share what is currently being delivered virtually, what is open, and all our upcoming reopening dates for select services.

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Hindi Dementia Toolkit

यह टूल किट डिमेंशिया से ग्रस्त किसी भी परिवार के सदस्य से बेहतर संवाद करने के लिए सहायता देने के लिए बनाई गई है।

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Information in other languages

The Alzheimer Society of Canada presents all its information in English and French. The links below provide information about Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias in other languages.

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