The Alzheimer Society Hastings - Prince Edward is now offering free in-home activity kits that can be mailed right to your door. Kits include an assortment of printed worksheet activities that are sure to delight and engage your brains! Click here to register.
Have you ever wanted to visit the Palace of Versailles in France or see the art collection at the Art Institute of Chicago? Now you can do just that! Click here to tour 13 of the world’s museums from the comfort of your own home!
Are you up for a 60-minute gentle exercise challenge? Keeping active may be more challenging these days, but it’s not impossible. Click here for a gentle exercise program created by the National Institute of Aging
Who couldn’t use an extra dose of good news!? The popular website, The Good News Network, has been sharing positive stories from around the world for the last 20 years. Click here for some uplifting and inspiring stories!
Eldergym Senior Fitness’s motto is ‘Helping Seniors Become Strong and Stable.’ This YouTube channel is filled with short videos for at-home gentle exercises and stretches that are sure to get your endorphins fired up. Click here and try a workout today!
Cirque du Soleil is Coming to You! Click here to watch!
Check out Alzheimer Society of Oxford's Active Living site for ideas to keep people living with dementia and their care partners stay positive and engaged! Visit each day for different recreation activities and videos.
University of Waterloo’s Brain and Body Lab has released resources about physical activity and dementia including exercise videos and advice for starting or transitioning to at-home physical activity
Check out Alzheimer Society of Grey Bruce's Active Living site for ideas to keep people living with dementia and their care partners stay positive and engaged! Visit each day for different recreation activities and videos.
Check out the Daily Caring site and have fun at home with a variety of activities
Check out Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex's Virtual Social Recreation site where they provide some ways for people living with dementia and their care partners to stay positive and engaged! Visit each day for different recreation activities and videos.
The Gift of Music: Sing-Along with Joanne Does!
Joanne Does was born and raised in Woodstock. Joanne’s mother had Alzheimer’s disease which has led Joanne to want to make a difference in the lives of people living with dementia and their family members. She has produced four sing-along videos for the Alzheimer Society of Oxford. Please click here to listen and enjoy. To learn more about Joanne and to view her website, please click here.
People living with Alzheimer’s and dementia are especially vulnerable at this time, if you are able to, please consider supporting the essential services and programs that benefit this community.