In a challenging year, bring light and joy to those you care for by giving a gift in their name.  
This year, we're sending our holiday
e-cards online* with your minimum $15 donation to AGI.
All proceeds will benefit families in our community affected by or living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia's. 
Order before December 23, 2020 to make sure your cards arrive in time for the Holidays.


Important Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update August 19 2020!
AGI has made the decision to temporarily close our Activity Centre and move lectures and trainings online. The Activity Centre won’t reopen until further notice following the recommendations of the Canadian Government. 
AGI will continue to support families and caregivers by phone at 514-485-7233 and e-mail ( Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Updates will be made available via the AGI website and through our social media. 

More information on the affect of COVID-19 and Alzheimer's 

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Coming Up at AGI
Online via Zoom

Free Lindsay Lectures   Training Courses   Events
Thursday, December 3
Exploring Sundowning with the AGI Team 

Join us to investigate sundowing; a variety of behaviours, including heightened confusion, aggression, and anxiety, that tend to come out during this time of year in the late afternoon and evening. 

Online via Zoom
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM | Free

Click Here To Register Today

Thursday, December 17, 2020
Finding Gratitude in 2020 with the AGI Team

Let's end 2020 with a bang! Hear from AGI counselors and families about what they are grateful for after this unpredictable year.

Online via Zoom
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM | Free

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Date TBA

Fashionable vintage sale happening over three days. Donate your clothes today and come to the event to restock your closet!

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Summer 2021 Date TBA

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With you, every step of the way

We have been living with Alzheimer's disease since my mother's diagnosis in 2006. We lived through the stages of denial, fear, ignorance, sadness… we became a family in turmoil. Slowly we found our way, with help from AGI...