There’s much to do in this fair city of ours!
Many programs are designed specifically for people with Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Some of these activities are free.
Field Trips – Day Programs
Programs include trained and/or experienced staff that teach appreciation and encourage participation of a variety of activities; such as art, music, dance, movement, photography, discussion groups, movie and sports viewing, etc.
Sunshine Centres for Seniors Calendar for seniors’ events and activities
Senior Toronto Seniors Centres in Toronto providing a wide range of activities ranging from art instruction to gentle fitness
Toronto Central Health Line Adult day programs (ADP) provide part-of-the-day supervised programming in a group setting for dependent adults, such as the frail elderly, with Alzheimer’s, or individuals with disabilities. Services may include leisure activities, meals and personal care.
Alzheimer Society Toronto Active Living Program includes, drumming circle, men’s cooking group, non-impact aerobics, water colour painting, dance and music therapy…
Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund Music therapy helps to improve quality of life and helps people to reach their fullest potential. This is the power of music therapy. It has proven benefits for Dementia & Alzheimer’s.
Art Barn School Although not specifically geared for people with Alzheimer’s, there is a variety of classes that could be a fit for your loved one.
Canada’s National Ballet School Sharing Dance For People with Dementia.
Rhythmic by Nature Drum Therapy for Seniors.
Dosa Bitove Wellness Academy Offers daily programs and support for people with memory loss, their families and care-givers.
For more options Google, day programs