Programs and Events

Explore our upcoming events and learning opportunities to learn more and live well with dementia.

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Community Presentations

ABC's of Dementia presentation in Swift Current

Join our First Link Coordinator, Stacie Noble-Wiebe, to learn more about the warning signs of dementia, the importance of an early diagnosis, and the supports and services offered by the Alzheimer Society.

Wednesday, May 22, 2024
10:00 am - 11:30 am 
First United Church 
223 3rd Avenue NE

For more information, contact Stacie at (306) 763-2685 or

Registration is not required for this session.


ABC's of Dementia presentation in Humboldt

Tuesday, May 28th
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Humboldt Reid-Thompson Public Library
705 Main Street

For more information, contact Nicole Werner, First Link Coordinator
306-370-7046 or

Registration is not required for this session.

Learning Series

The Learning Series helps people with dementia, their families and friends to live as well as possible with the disease. The courses offered build upon each other to provide participants with a comprehensive overview of dementia, coping strategies, available resources and support. Participants have the opportunity to learn and share with others who are affected by dementia. 

Next Steps for Families and Friends

Saskatoon (in-person)
Dates: June 4 & 6, 2024
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Call 1-877-949-4141 before May 30th to register
Participants are asked to attend both sessions

For full information about our Learning Series, please visit our Learning Series page. 

Presented by SGI, Supported by SaskTel TelCare


Minds in Motion® 

Minds in Motion® is a fitness and social program for those with early stage dementia and a friend, family member or caregiver. Enjoy physical activity conducted by a certified fitness instructor, followed by activities and social time in a relaxed atmosphere. Develop new friendships with others living similar experiences.  


Spring Minds in Motion is currently running; stay tuned for fall program dates.


For questions about Minds in Motion, please email or call 1-877-949-4141.

To learn more, visit our Minds in Motion page.     

Supported by ISC


Coffee and Chat 

For people with dementia and their care partners. This is NOT a Support Group, but an opportunity for you to check in with each other. Make yourself comfortable, grab a cup of coffee or tea and join some of the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan staff and peers online to say ‘hello’ and let us know how you are doing.  

We will be online via Zoom every Friday (except holidays) - 10:30-11:30 am. Click the following email to register to attend:  

Please note: Due to privacy and confidentiality, we will not be able to address personal client matters during the chat, but will be happy to connect you with a First Link Coordinator or Client Services Team Manager who will be able to support you.  

Support Groups

The Alzheimer Society offers support groups for people with dementia and caregivers that can improve quality of life and the ability to cope with the challenges of the disease.  

To learn more, visit our Support Groups page.

Evening of Education

Please check back for future events

Recordings of previous Evenings of Education can be found on our YouTube channel here.

Supported by SGI and SaskTel TelCare


ABCs of Dementia Online Presentation

This presentation will explain the 10 evidence-based warning signs of dementia and give you information on how to receive an accurate and timely diagnosis.

Please check back for future dates.

Risk Reduction Online Presentation

This presentation will give you the information to start thinking about your brain health and the changes you can make to your lifestyle to reduce your risk of dementia.

Please check back for future events.


Maintaining a Healthy and Safe Program Environment  

If you are unwell and have symptoms including, but not limited to, coughing, sneezing, runny nose, sore throat and/or headache, please refrain from attending Alzheimer Society programs or events to reduce the spread of illness.   

If you or a member of your household has a contagious disease, has tested positive for COVID-19, or you suspect you may have COVID-19, please do not attend Alzheimer Society programs or events. If your program takes place over multiple sessions, you may return to the program after 24 hours without symptoms, unless you tested positive for COVID-19 (then follow current Saskatchewan health self-isolation guidelines).