Here are several additional resources for you to find out more about Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders.

 
AGI is committed to providing support services within the greater Montreal area that improve the quality of life of families touched by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia with a holistic and compassionate approach.

Our services are designed to help families in need and sensitize the public about the disease. With the growing numbers of people diagnosed, the more information we can share about the disease, the better.

We’ve provided important links to health care organizations and facilities that deal with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia along with links to research studies from Canada, the United States and around the world that are important to a better understanding of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders.

Disclaimer:
Inclusion of an organization does not imply endorsement of Alzheimer Groupe (AGI) Inc. The sources of information listed below are intended only as a partial list of the resources available to viewers of this website. You are encouraged to conduct additional research for resources.

 

Here are some links to important resources to educate and empower those with a diagnosis, caregivers and their families and friends.

 
 
CLSC / CSSS sante.qc.ca/listes/ta-clsc.htm
Alzheimer’s Association alzheimerassociation.com
Alzheimer’s UK alzheimers.org.uk
McGill Centre for Studies in Aging aging.mcgill.ca
Bloomfield Centre for Studies in Aging bloomfieldcentre.org
Nova Montreal (formerly VON; Victorian Order of Nurses) novamontreal.com
Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors cummingscentre.org
Canadian Association for Music Therapy musictherapy.ca/en
Aging care agingcare.com
L'Appui pour les proches aidants d'aînés lappui.org
Fondation Mab-Mackay fondation.mabmackay.ca
Transports Adapté 514 280-8211
Health Canada  hc-sc.gc.ca
Forgetful not forgotten  forgetfulnotforgotten.com
Caregiver Solutions caregiversolutions.ca



At AGI, we try to keep up with the latest information and developments on dementia related issues, and you’ll find links to press releases and updates here:

2014 Alzheimer’s disease - Facts and Figures (Includes a Special Report on Women and Alzheimer’s disease) Click here to link to the report

 


National Dementia Research and Prevention Plan

healthycanadians.gc.ca