Resources

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Caredove

This online resource can assist individuals seeking information about local resources. Simply add your address, city or postal code and select the category for the service being sought. Click on the blue logo to access Caredove

Dementia Supports

You don’t have to be alone, you don’t have to be isolated, you don’t have to be in the dark. Here are some fantastic supports to help you and your loved ones through the challenges of dementia.

Between Us is focused on Early Onset Dementia- Facebook group for support, questions and social activities every other month. It is a great resource to reduce isolation and gain useful tips and information.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/262738944193902/?ref=group_header

https://www.caredove.com/champlaincss

You don’t have to be in the dark through the journey of dementia, there are resources and groups that can help!

You don’t have to be in the dark through the journey of dementia, there are resources and groups that can help!

Canadians Living with Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD)

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Canadians living with Frontotemporal Dementia  (FTD) and their caregivers living with a loved one with FTD. Sharing resources, information, innovative ideas, research opportunities in Canada and possibly, in the future, establish networks in various communities and organise events in Canada.

This CLOSED Facebook group is for Canadians living with FTD, and/or their caregivers.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/CdnsLivFTD/ 



Snow Go and Snow Go Assist
ROSSS administers the City of Ottawa Snow Go and Snow Go Assist programs for rural Ottawa South. Snow-Go offers free assistance in finding individuals or contractors to clear snow from private driveways and/or walkways. Snow-Go Assist provides financial assistance in the form of reimbursement of a portion of snow removal costs for eligible clients. To qualify, clients must complete an application form, provide proof of income and a signed snow removal contract. For information, please contact the Manotick office at 613-692-4697 or the Metcalfe office at 613-821-1101.