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Learn About:

Changes in communication in people with dementia

Understanding effects of dementia on a person's ability to convey their thoughts and feelings

Strategies to use when communicating with people with dementia

Validating a person's feelings when they are communicating

Importance of body language when communicating

Speaker: Risa Kim

Alzheimer Society Counselor



Alzheimer Society of Toronto

Canadian Hearing Society

Central East Local Health Integration Network


Hong Fook NP Clinic


Ontario Securities Commission

SALT (Seniors And Law Enforcement Together)

Toronto Hydro

Ministry of Seniors Affairs


Brain Beat Dance

New Canada Food Guide

Getting the Most of Your Health Cae Appointment

Laughter Yoga

Planning for Your Next Move


Nordixx Pole Walking

Memory Games

Brain Games

Light refreshment is provided.

Parking spaces available at Bridlewood Mall.

A joint project between the Older Adults Centre’s Association of Ontario (OACAO)

and the Ministry of Seniours Affairs.


A Free six-week workshop for caregivers of family members living with dementia 

Powerful Tools for Caregivers 


Tools to help caregivers deal day to day challenges and become a happier, wiser and healthier.  

A Happy Caregiver is a Better Caregiver. 

Pre-registration Required. 

To Register: Call 416 - 493 - 3333


Enjoy the 43rd year of community singing by the Serenata Singers.This group consists of 62 members, all seniors from ages 60 to 104. The concert will feature folk songs from around the world along with guest artists who will also perform.

Ticket price - $20 - SPLC Recreation Member & $25 - SPLC Recreation Non member.

Show starts at 7:30 PM and ends at 9:00 PM

Ticket price + Transportation - $40 - SPLC Recreation Member & $45 - SPLC Recreation Non member.

Meet at  SPLC for 6:45 PM (Entrance B) , Departing time from SPLC 7:00 PM.

Arrival back at SPLC for 9:30 PM.

Register at CSR desk!