Information for health care professionals
Physicians, Allied health professionals, and community care partners can make referrals, with the family's permission directly to the Alzheimer Society to link their patients/clients to a community of support and education. This can ensure that those newly diagnosed and their families are given support early in the disease process. Support continues throughout the course of the disease. This connection can prevent crisis situations and reduce care partner burnout and premature long-term care placement.
If you are interested in partnering with the society to be able to send referrals, please contact us at 613-544-3078. If already have an established relationship with us, simply fax or email a Referral Form to us at 613-544-6320 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Alzheimer Society of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington
400 Elliott Ave., Unit 4
Kingston, ON K7K 6M9
Business Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday
Phone: 613-544-3078 or 1-800-266-7516
The Alzheimer Society supports the ongoing learning and education of health-care professionals who are dedicated to helping people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Below you’ll find some online training resources.
Dementia and disasters e-learning program
This online resource, hosted by the Canadian Dementia Research and Knowledge Exchange, shows health-care professionals how to protect older people in emergencies and disasters.
The Alzheimer Knowledge Exchange (AKE)
Ontario based, this website facilitates the exchange of information, innovation and expertise among caregivers, educators, researchers and policy makers.
The Foundation for Medical Practice Education
A Canadian non-profit organization dedicated to the development, production, and evaluation of educational programs for community-based family medicine and general practitioners.
Free Driving and Dementia e-Learning Module
This e-learning module gives physicians resources to help them navigate the process of assessing fitness-to-drive, disclosure, reporting and other issues related to driving and dementia.
Dr. Frank Molnar, Division of Geriatric Medicine, University of Ottawa, CIHR CanDRIVE Team Member, presents the module in partnership with the Alzheimer Knowledge Exchange and the Canadian Geriatrics Society.
An effective tool to determine whether someone with a medical condition is able to drive safely.
Last Updated: 06/01/16