Alzheimer’s cafes provide sense of community and hope in a non-institutional setting

August 2, 2011

In Nova Scotia a number of “Alzheimer’s cafes” are cropping up. They are places where Alzheimer’s sufferers and their friends and families can come together to socialize, but also to access important health and wellness information. The informal cafes are typically held once a month for two hours. Read more at CTV News.