Montreal Walk for Alzheimer’s – Would you walk with us on the streets of Saint-Henri, in Montreal? Join the blue wave of walkers at Sir-Georges-Étienne-Cartier Park, where hundreds of people will come together in solidarity for Montrealers living with Alzheimer’s disease.
Walk with us on Sunday May 27, 2018
Today, over half a million Canadians are living with Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder. Here and now in Montreal, 33,000 people have dementia. From 2016 to 2017 the Society served nearly 1,700 persons affected, caregivers and organizations through various programs and services, at over 15 service points on the island of Montreal.
Alzheimer’s disease concerns us all! The support we receive from the Montreal community, whether it is through donations or in the form of volunteering, helps to ensure that the Society can continue to offer its various services, in the form of: • Support – activities for people living with dementia, counselling, information, intake and referrals, support Groups • Education – Conferences, core training for healthcare professionals, Alzheimer Cafés • Respite and stimulation – in-home services, activity centres, art therapy Citizens of Montreal, you are an integral component of our efforts to help Montreal families that are facing this reality.
Your participation makes a difference. Help us fundraise so that we can achieve our $100,000 goal. Register now on the Montreal Walk for Alzheimer’s website or communicate with the Walk team at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 514-369-0800. Come as an individual, walk as a family, or create a team. The walk will be followed by live music, games, and a picnic.
For information on awareness : https://www.betterhelp.com/advice/alzheimers/