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  • 2019-2020 REGISTERED CHARITY # 10670 5296 RR0001

    SEPTEMBER 2019 - MARCH 2020

    PROGRAM GUIDE

  • 2019-2020 PROGRAM GUIDE

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    SUPPORT SERVICES & GROUPS

    EDUCATION

    SOCIAL & RECREATION

    EVENTS & FUNDRAISING

    REGISTERED CHARITY # 10670 5296 RR0001

    SEPTEMBER 2019 - MARCH 2020

    ASK US ABOUT

    RESPITE

    See page 5 for details

  • SUPPORT SERVICES & GROUPS

    SEPTEMBER 2019 - MARCH 2020

    ASK US ABOUT

    RESPITE

    THE REITMAN CENTRE CARERS GROUP: This eight-week program is for family caregivers of people living with early and mid-stage dementia. An accredited program of the Sinai Health System Reitman Centre CARERS Program, this is a fully integrated, comprehensive dementia care program that introduces the innovative use of standardized patients - actors trained to simulate real-life situations, so that caregivers, guided by expert clinical coaches, will learn how to deal with common challenging situations. The focus is on practical skills based tools and emotional supports needed to provide care for family members with dementia. CARERS (Coaching, Advocacy, Respite, Education, Relationship, Simulation) Program.

    THE REITMAN CENTRE TEACH GROUP: The TEACH program is a four-week program for care partners of persons living with dementia. It is an innovative therapeutic group intervention aimed at providing education and enhancing coping skills of care partners TEACH (Training, Education, and Assistance for Caregiving at Home) Program.

    COUNSELLING AND CONSULTATION: Family and one–on-one dementia specific counselling is provided to care partners and persons living with dementia in both home and o�ice settings. We provide education about the disease, coping techniques and therapeutic counselling for the care partners.

  • SUPPORT SERVICES & GROUPS

    www.alzheimer.ca/durhamCharitable Registration Number 10670 5296 RR0001

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    RESPITE

    EARLY STAGE SUPPORT GROUPS (ESSG): ESSG o�er an opportunity for persons living with dementia and their care partners who have completed the TCOOL program to continue to meet and discuss shared common experience relating to Early Stage issues. Early Stage Support Groups are facilitated by two trained facilitators providing a learning and sharing environment with topic focused content and discussion. Prerequisite: Completion of “Taking Control of Our Lives” TCOOL program.

    LOCATION

    WHITBY ASDR O�ice 1600 Champlain Avenue, Suite 202 (Closed Group - Prerequiste: Taking Control of Our Lives)

    TIME

    10 A.M. - 12 P.M.SEPTEMBER 5, OCTOBER 3, NOVEMBER 7, DECEMBER 5, JANUARY 2, FEBRUARY 6, MARCH 5

    THURSDAY

    DATEDAY

    CLIENT ADVISORY: The Client Advisory Committee is composed of ASDR volunteers who have dementia and are care partners. Committee participants provide feed-back and recommendations to the ASDR Executive Director and designated sta� regarding issues of importance or concern to the persons living with dementia and their care partners. They ensure the work of the Society captures the needs and issues of the clients and community served by the organization.

    LOCATION

    WHITBY Denny’s Restaurant 75 Consumers Drive - Landmark Cinema Plaza

    TIME

    9 A.M. - 10:30 A.M.SEPTEMBER 18, OCTOBER 16, NOVEMBER 20, DECEMBER 18, JANUARY 15, FEBRUARY 19, MARCH 18

    WEDNESDAY

    DATEDAY

    MEN’S BREAKFAST: Men's Breakfast Group provides peer-to-peer support for male care partners in a casual, comfortable community setting. Cost of meal is covered by participants.

  • SUPPORT SERVICES & GROUPS

    www.alzheimer.ca/durhamCharitable Registration Number 10670 5296 RR0001

    CARE PARTNER SUPPORT GROUPS: Within a supported, safe and comfortable environment, Care Partner Support Groups link care partners caring for someone living with dementia to support and information through discussion of shared common experiences.

    Please call the o�ice to ensure this program is right for you.

    LOCATION

    WHITBY ASDR O�ice 1600 Champlain Avenue, Suite 202 Meets in Boardroom A/B

    TIME

    1 P.M. - 3 P.M.SEPTEMBER 4, OCTOBER 2, NOVEMBER 6, DECEMBER 4, JANUARY 8, FEBRUARY 5, MARCH 4

    WEDNESDAY

    BOWMANVILLE Community Care Durham O�ice, Unit 1 2440 Hwy 2 (King Street West) Meets in Boardroom

    6 P.M. - 8 P.M.SEPTEMBER 10, OCTOBER 8, NOVEMBER 12, DECEMBER 10, JANUARY 14, FEBRUARY 11, MARCH 10

    TUESDAY

    AJAX Pickering Village United Church 300 Church Street North Meets in Lounge

    10 A.M. - 12 P.M.SEPTEMBER 11, OCTOBER 9, NOVEMBER 13, DECEMBER 11, JANUARY 8, FEBRUARY 12, MARCH 11

    WEDNESDAY

    SCUGOG Port Perry United Church 294 Queen Street Meets in Lounge

    1:30 P.M. - 3:30 P.M.SEPTEMBER 11, OCTOBER 9, NOVEMBER 13, DECEMBER 11, JANUARY 8, FEBRUARY 12, MARCH 11

    WEDNESDAY

    SUNDERLAND Sunderland Town Hall 120 River Street Meets in Boardroom

    9:30 A.M. - 11:30 A.M.SEPTEMBER 18, OCTOBER 16, NOVEMBER 20, DECEMBER 18, JANUARY 15, FEBRUARY 19, MARCH 18

    WEDNESDAY

    UXBRIDGE Trinity United Church 20 First Avenue Meets in Parlour/Library

    1 P.M. - 3 P.M.SEPTEMBER 24, OCTOBER 29, NOVEMBER 26, DECEMBER 17, JANUARY 28, FEBRUARY 25, MARCH 24

    TUESDAY

    PICKERING Orchard Villa Retirement Residence 1955 Valley Farm Road Meets in Victoria Harbour Lounge

    6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.SEPTEMBER 25, OCTOBER 23, NOVEMBER 27, JANUARY 22, FEBRUARY 26, MARCH 25

    WEDNESDAY

    DATEDAY

    ASK US ABOUT

    RESPITE

  • SEPTEMBER 2019 - MARCH 2020

    “THE FRIENDLY PLACE”- YOUNG ONSET ADULT DAY PROGRAM: A dynamic day program for adults diagnosed with young onset dementia (received diagnosis before the age of 65). This program runs two days per week (Tuesday and Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.) and o�ers participants a stimulating, comfortable environment with various activities and outings that are co-created by both program participants and sta�. Registration and intake assessment required prior to attending.

    Please contact the Program Lead at 905 576 2567 ext. 5259.

    SUPPORT SERVICES & GROUPS LIVING WELL WITH DEMENTIA IN FRANCOPHONE COMMUNITIES: ASDR is moving forward in addressing the needs of the Francophone community by providing services, education and programs in French.

    ASK US ABOUT

    RESPITE

    PRIMARY CARE COLLABORATIVE MEMORY SERVICES: The PCCMS team is an inter-professional team who works collaboratively with specially trained primary care physicians in their memory clinics to provide early diagnosis, treatment and support for daily challenges associated with memory concerns. The teams assists with the most challenging aspects of dementia care while e�iciently integrating specialist and community resources, such as the Alzheimer Society’s First Link® program.

    The goals of the Primary Care Collaborative Memory Clinics (PCCMC) are to support cognitive health and quality of life for adults and seniors living in the community while ensuring the patient’s family physician maintains a central role in their patient’s care.

    Who should be referred for a PCCMC assessment? Adults not previously assessed by another memory clinic or service, who are experiencing symptoms of memory loss that may or may not be a�ecting daily functions may be referred.

    Referrals for PCCMC are accepted from: • Primary care providers • Local GAIN teams

    For information about the Primary Care Collaborative Memory Clinics, please call 905-576-2567 ext. 5235

    PRIMARY CARE COLLABORATIVE MEMORY CLINIC LOCATIONS:

    BOWMANVILLE/CLARINGTON OSHAWA/COURTICE

    Internal referrals from physicians in the Oshawa Clinic Group only

    SCARBOROUGH

  • SUPPORT SERVICES & GROUPS

    SEPTEMBER 2019 - MARCH 2020

    LOCATION

    PORT PERRY Revera, Port Perry Villa, Kent Terrace 15987 Simcoe Street

    TIME

    8:30 A.M. - 12 P.M.2ND WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    WEDNESDAY

    BEAVERTON Brock Community Health Centre 720 Simcoe Street, Room 117A

    1 P.M. - 4:30 P.M.3RD WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    WEDNESDAY

    UXBRIDGE Trinity United Church 20 First Avenue

    8:30 A.M. - 12 P.M.LAST TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    TUESDAY

    DATEDAY

    NORTH DURHAM SATELLITE OFFICES: A member of our Family Support Team is available to meet with you at any one of our North Durham Satellite o�ices located in Scugog, Brock and Uxbridge. Please contact 1-888-301-1106 to schedule an appointment at any of these locations.

    ASK US ABOUT

    RESPITE

    RESPITE REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM: Funds from our Respite Reimbursement Program will support Care Partners of ASDR who experience barriers in accessing programs and services at ASDR. ASDR will cover the cost of respite to a maximum of $1,000 per year to pay for 3rd party in-home respite.

    (please note, ASDR itself does not provide in-home care)

  • EDUCATION

    WHITBY ASDR O�ice 1600 Champlain Avenue, Suite 202

    TIME

    6 P.M. - 8 P.M.SEPTEMBER 19THURSDAY

    WHITBY ASDR O�ice 1600 Champlain Avenue, Suite 202

    10 A.M. - 12 P.M.JANUARY 14TUESDAY

    DATEDAY

    LOCATION

    LOCATION

    WHITBY ASDR O�ice 1600 Champlain Avenue, Suite 202

    TIME

    10 A.M. - 12 P.M.NOVEMBER 1, 8, 15, 22FRIDAY

    DATEDAY

    FIRST LINK LEARNING SERIES FOR INDIVIDUALS LIVING WITH DEMENTIA: A series of workshops that provide a comprehensive overview of dementia, coping strategi

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