Walk for the well-being of seniors

To spread awareness about the wellbeing of seniors the organizing committee of the Laurentian Seniors Meetings are holding their first event under project RAL: The Walk for the Well-Being of Seniors, taking place on Saturday June 15, 2024. Departing at 12:30 PM from Raymond Bourque Arena 2345 boul Thimens, Saint-Laurent QUEBEC H4R 1T4, the group…

Move for a Healthy Mind

Hope for Dementia is pleased to announce the launch of their new project Move for a Healthy Mind. This 8-month project was created to encourage elderly people to exercise by attending classes led by a certified trainer and following our at home videos. On May 24, 2024, Hope for Dementia donated 40 bags of exercising…

Alzheimer’s Disease International Conference 2024

Head’s up! Hope for Dementia will be on the world stage! Hope for Dementia has been selected to present a short video and virtual poster at the Alzheimer’s Disease International’s (ADI) Conference 2024 in Poland, 25-27 April. The theme of the poster is “Bending the Demetia Growth Curve: A Framework for Prevention, Symptom Deceleration and Reversal…

Mr. Mohammed Barkat, Distinguished Ambassador

Hope for Dementia was founded in 2015 with a big vision to bend the growth curve in dementia diagnoses. We knew that that this ambitious goal would require the consistent support of a network of concerned citizens. From Day 1, Mr. Mohammed Barkat has stood with Hope for Dementia, amplifying the message and mission to promote…

A Great start to Spring

This Easter, let’s enjoy the beauty of spring and nourish our minds and bodies with healthy choices! Go outside and have a stroll in the fresh spring air. Join us in supporting Healthy Food for Healthy Brain. program. Hope for Dementia strives to empower seniors to be healthy with our food distribution program, we’re making…

Collaborator of the Year 2023 Award

Collaborator of the Year 2023 awarded to Echelon Foundation  Hope for Dementia is a small organization that relies on the goodwill of corporations and individuals who volunteer their time.  We collaborate to organize events, raise funds, and deliver services.  Our recently launched annual Recognition Program celebrates and honors the contribution of donors and collaborators, who…

Youth and seniors get involved

Dementia affects everybody.  The youth of today will be impacted by dementia, as many of them will become caregivers in the near future.  Hope for Dementia’s Intergenerational Learning Program (ILP) has the dual aim of raising awareness among teenagers and young adults about dementia and of reducing the risks of dementia in the senior population. …

Mindful Eating for a Healthy Mind

Food is a big part of our everyday experience. It’s how we nourish our bodies and minds. It’s also an important way we connect with others. Eating can be a wonderful way to introduce mindfulness practice into our lives.   Mindful eating is an opportunity to fully experience the enjoyment of food in the present…

Our monthly newsletter is here!

Hope for Dementia’s monthly newsletter is now available online. The newsletter is filled with the latest news and updates at Hope for Dementia. In the January 2024 edition – Hope for Dementia is looking forward to a year filled with activities throughout the province, and possibly beyond. Stay up-to-date. It’s all just a click away!…

Do you know?

Do you know? Do you know that memory loss is not a normal sign of aging! Don’t be the 1 in 5 Canadians who are reluctant to seek help if they suspected that they had dementia. Know the 10 early signs of dementia – Act now! Visit Hope for Dementia’s online Resource Centre Hope for…