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The live webinars listed below are meant for Health Care professionals only.

An enrollment key is required to enrol and register for any webinar session.  Please contact with pro enrollment key in the subject line to receive the key.

Learn about what social isolation looks like for seniors including seniors with Dementia during Covid-19 and some ways to support clients navigate the healthcare system.

This workshop will help care partners of a person with dementia in mid-to-late stages to develop and participate in meaningful activities. The goal is to provide practical ideas on how participants can spend quality time together by identifying and drawing upon the person’s remaining strengths.

Upcoming sessions : Tue, 16 Mar 2021, 6:00 PM (EST)

Upcoming sessions : Thu, 13 May 2021, 12:00 PM (EST)

Upcoming sessions : Tue, 1 Feb 2022, 11:00 AM (EST)

Learn about the 3 D’s, prevalence of 3 D’s, causes/risk factors, strategies to address each of the 3 D’s, and how you can support the person you are caring for while they are experiencing any of these conditions.

Learn the changes in communication that occur in people with dementia and learn about strategies to communicate and support the individual using a person-centred approach. 

Upcoming sessions : Tue, 27 Apr 2021, 10:00 AM (EST)

Upcoming sessions : Thu, 3 Mar 2022, 12:00 PM (EST)

Learn about the new First Link Care Navigation available through the Alzheimer Society of Toronto.

The Care Navigators can provide assistance to your clients by connecting them to dementia support and services, and supporting them in coordinating any existing supports.

In this webinar, you will gain an overview of the services we can provide, how to refer, and how we can work together to support clients living with dementia in the community.

This presentation will allow participants to learn about the programs and services provided by the Alzheimer Society of Toronto

Learn about young onset dementia in this webinar.  This live webinar will provide with an overview of Young Onset Dementia, the impact on the person and the family and a brief glimpse into the genetic component.