Stories can change the way we see the world. It helps us to learn and understand each other’s unique life journeys. We have different ways to share our stories and technology is a powerful tool to share them. We have created a space where individuals living with Alzheimer’s or related disorders and their family members share their journeys. 

We have created a space where individuals living with Alzheimer’s or related disorders and their family members share their journeys.  The goal of this space is to provide an opportunity to “hear” stories from someone in the journey of Alzheimer’s disease and their family members.

The information provided in the blogs were taken directly from other website. We are not responsible for any information in the blogs including medical advice. If you need any medical advice please contact your family doctor.

To share your story, please write us an e-mail at info@whatconnectsus-cequinouslie.org. Please note that due to reduced space we might not be able to publish everyone's stories.

Land acknowledgement :

We would like to acknowledge that our project is located on Tiohtià:ke (Montréal), unceded Indigenous lands which have long served as a space to live, meet, gather and exchange for different Indigenous nations. We recognize the Kanien’kehà:ka (Mohawk), St. Laurence Iroquoians, Haudensaunee and Huron-Wendat as the custodians of these lands and waters, which are home to many different Indigenous communities and other diverse populations. What Connects Us ~ Ce qui nous lie respects the weaving of past, present and future relationships in this place where we are situated.