We try to help with a feeling of reciprocity. […] Having someone that you don’t know saying they feel the same way you do, they experience the same way…hearing their story.
It's more human in a way when you’re sharing something and the person in front of you is saying, “Well, I dealt with that. It’s true, I felt that”
Marie Christine Le Bourdais
Alzheimer Society of Montreal

Marie Christine Le Bourdais, Director - Programs and services

The Alzheimer Society of Montreal (ASM) was the first Alzheimer Society in Quebec. Our mission is to alleviate the social and personal consequences of Alzheimer’s and related disorders through the development and delivery of leading-edge interventions, care and support services in Montreal. Marie Christine has next to 20 years of experience working with seniors, including more than a decade with a clientele living with Alzheimer's disease, caregivers and professionals in health and social services networks. Please see our current activities below.


  • A multisensory approach through sound, visuals and discussion! Please join us for this activity taking you back to one of the greatest events of Montreal’s history: Expo 67! Travel back in time and remember the most significant moments of this International and fascinating celebration of humanity with us.

    Registration to be opened soon for the next workshop.
  • The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) has been offering special activities to persons living with Alzheimer’s and related disorders and their carers since 2010 as part of the Sharing the Museum program. The ASM and the MBAM are excited to welcome you back at the museum for the sixteenth Art Links workshop, taking place on June 17th.

    Register now for our next workshop!
  • Dance and movement, creativity, improvisation and choreographic work...This is an online and *in-person workshop that invites people living with Alzheimer's and related disorders to explore their creative potential and let go in safety.

    Registration is ongoing and possible at any time during the session.
  • To expand its art therapy program, the Alzheimer Society of Montreal partnered with the What Connect Us program to provide art therapy workshops "on the road". Now, the current context has afforded us the opportunity to offer online art therapy workshops "in the clouds."

    Registration is ongoing and possible at any time during the session.
  • Laughter yoga is a new addition to the activities offered online by the Alzheimer Society of Montreal. We are delighted to be working with "Joyful Connections" to bring this fun-filled program to persons living with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders and their carers. Come and laugh with us!

    Registration is ongoing and possible at any time during the session.