People with dementia are at the centre of everything we do. The Alzheimer Society leverages its own and community resources to deliver health promotion, advocacy and support services to people with dementia, those at greatest risk of developing dementia and their care partners.
People with dementia live well as vital and integral members of their community.
Philosophy of Care
The Alzheimer Society believes that people affected by dementia have the right to enjoy the highest possible quality of life and quality of care. The Society believes that care should be tailored to the unique needs, interests, habits and desires of carers and persons living with dementia served, regardless of the stage of the disease.
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Extending our Reach, Relationships and Results
Strategic Plan – 2019-2023
The Alzheimer Society of Brant, Haldimand Norfolk, Hamilton Halton (ASBHNHH) is well positioned for success in the upcoming five years. Held in high esteem by clients, partners and other stakeholders, the current dynamic external environment presents the ASBHNHH with additional leadership opportunities provided the risks associated with system restructuring and the related distraction are managed. While the system at large is expected to undergo significant structural changes, indications are that the ASBHNHH’s funding is relatively secure given the expected increase in demand for services to support people living with dementia and their care partners.