About Alzheimer Society of Chatham-Kent
The Alzheimer Society of Chatham-Kent (ASCK) was started by a group in 1983 that was affected by Alzheimer's disease. It was identified that there was a lack of resources and support services available. Informal meetings were first held at the home of Grace LaMarsh. In 1986, the Alzheimer Society of Chatham-Kent received its charitable registration number and achieved full chapter status.
ASCK offers a variety of programs and services for those affected by dementia and their care partners such as In-Home Respite Care, Day Program, Cognitive Assessments, Counselling, Support Groups and Education Programs.
A world without Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.
To improve the quality of life of people affected by Alzheimer's disease or related dementias through superior programs and research.
What People Are Saying
"Appreciate very much the care that the Day Program gives to my husband and the encouragement that they are to me. I can't express enough about this program. "
— Care Partner