Staying Healthy During COVID-19

Click below to see the scheduled Health and Wellness programs at a glance:



Activity Kits

Activity Kits have been created by the Public Education Team at the Alzheimer Society. These activities are meant to be enjoyed by both you and the person living with dementia you are supporting.

Activity Kit #24 - December

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Click Here To Download Past Activity Kits

Engaging Activities To Do At Home

Seniors' Centre Without Walls (Hamilton) - a phone in social opportunity. Sign up today by calling (905) 973-0891

Seniors' Centre Without Walls (Norfolk County) - a phone in social opportunity. Sign up today by calling (519) 426-5870 Ext. 2303

Teepa Snow explains and demonstrates some engaging activities

The Road Trip Home: Virtual Field Trips

Tour Hamilton’s museums

Older video with activity ideas

More Sensory Activities

Free Activities for those with Dementia

Practical Activities

10 fantastic, failure-free activities for people with dementia

Sing-a-long Activity

ensory Activities To Reduce Anxiety


Social Groups

Social Club & Together Apart are on-line social groups meeting once a week. The groups will have activities for the person living with dementia and their guest to participate in together.  These activities may include things like Trivia, games and armchair travel. Once registered people can attend on a drop-in basis.

To register, please call Laurie at: 

1-888-343-1017 ext. 421

Social Club
Thursday Afternoons,
(2:00 pm – 3:00 pm)


Together Apart
Tuesday Mornings, 
(11:00 am – 12:00 pm)


Mid-day Melodies
Third Friday of the Month,
(11:00 am – 12:00 pm)

Mid-day Melodies is a monthly on-line Music Appreciation Program which happens on the Third Friday of the month where participants will learn some interesting facts and listen to some of the classics. Register Here.

Laughter Yoga


10:00 am – 11:00 am

Register Here

This weekly online drop-in program offering laughter yoga is a unique exercise routine that combines unconditional laughter with yogic breathing (Pranayama). This failure-free program encourages everyone to laugh for no single reason.

It is open to caregivers, persons living with dementia and the general public.

During this difficult time, people living with dementia, their care partners and families need your support more than ever to keep these services running. 

Please consider donating today.