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Alzheimer Society of Toronto - Upcoming Programs

  • February 22, 2020
  • 2:00 PM
  • April 03, 2020
  • 3:00 PM
 
Alzheimer Society of Toronto
 

Upcoming Programs for the Public

 
VC2 Cello Duo
VC2 Cello Duo Concert

VC2 is an innovative cello duo able to captivate audiences through their performances of classical masterworks, unknown gems and boundary pushing music. Comprised of cellists Amahl Arulanandam and Bryan Holt, CBC Radio says VC2 is “a tight unit, with excellent intonation and expression.” The Toronto-based duo presents artistically challenging yet accessible programs and have performed in venues ranging from intimate pubs to the Roy Thomson Hall.


Thanks to the special partnership with Xenia Concerts and the Meridian Hall (formerly Sony Centre), this concert will be free.

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The Social Club



The Social Club

For those under 65 living with dementia, the Social Club offers an inclusive, age-appropriate space for recreational and cognitive stimulation while offering respite for the caregivers. The program is offered on Mondays and Fridays at Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities. at no cost and includes breakfast, lunch and regular outings.


For more information, contact Romina Oliverio at 416-640-63330 or by email at roliverio@alz.to.

 
Museum Tours (ROM, AGO)

Enjoy a guided tour of the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) and the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) with our monthly tour offerings. This is a one-hour guided tour of select museum exhibitions for people living with dementia and their caregivers. The tour is facilitated by two of the museum’s experienced Docents and is assisted by Alzheimer Society of Toronto’s volunteers.

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Men's Shed
Men's Shed

This is an 8-week program where men living with early to mid-stage dementia can socialize and collaborate on woodworking projects or small repairs. Join us for two hours of hands-on activities in an informal context where you can meet other people, learn, and mentor in groups with other men. Please note that experience with woodworking is not required to take part in the program. Next session starts on March 24.

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Horse Program
Horse Program

This is a 5-week program for people living with early to mid-stage dementia and their caregivers, created in partnership with the Community Association for Riders with Disabilities (CARD).

In this program, participants can expect to have direct interaction with a therapy horse, learning how to groom the horse, understand some basic body language of horses and gain insight into how the horse perceives and interacts with the world around them. Through the sights, sounds and feel of the horses, participants can re-connect with positive early life memories, or experience the deep joy and contentment that comes from caring for, and interacting with, animals. Next session starts on April 9.

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4th Annual Caregiver Day

Join us at Toronto City Hall Council Chambers on Friday, April 3, for a special event celebrating caregivers across the City. Hear inspiring stories, network with other caregivers and speak to representatives of community health organizations about services and resources available. Refreshments and a light lunch will be served. Spaces are limited.

To register, please contact Remy Sookhai at 416-640-6317 or by email at rsookhai@alz.to.

 

Advisory Committee

Are you living with dementia? Have you used our programs and services in the past? Do you want to help develop a guiding vision that will inform the work we do at AST? If so, you are invited to join the Alzheimer Society Toronto (AST) Advisory Committee. The group meets on a monthly basis with a new topic presented and discussed each month. You will get the opportunity to provide your feedback and thoughts as well as connect with other individuals experiencing similar life journeys.

For more information or to register, contact Romina Oliverio at 416-640-6330 or by email at roliverio@alz.to.

 

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