We can help
The Alzheimer Society of Montreal offers various programs to help people living with dementia, caregivers, families and friends.
Programs and Services (leaflet PDF)
Fall Program 2017
The Society adopts a person-centred approach. All services are offered in French and in English, with particular attention given to the cultural diversity of Montreal.
How can you access our services?
You can get in touch with a counsellor from the Alzheimer Society of Montreal to learn more about taking part in one of our programs, either by telephone 514-369-0800 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Healthcare professionals can refer people directly through the First Link program. For more information
about this process, phone to speak with a counsellor.
Having support is vital. Everyone needs it!
The Educational Services mandate is to sensitize the public and promote
a better comprehension of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, by
the dissemination of information through conferences and professional
training.The more information the better!
Respite and Stimulation
Many programs are available to take away some daily stress.
“First Link” is a reference protocol for doctors and healthcare professionals working with people with Alzheimer’s or related diseases.
Safely Home program is a national registry accessible to all police departments, allowing officers to locate individuals who have become lost and return them home safely.
Our Documentation Centre offers an interesting range of documents, grouped under various topics.