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Coming Up at AGI

We’re thrilled to announce that the Second Annual AGI Amazingly FUN Race will be held on Sunday, October 23, 2016.

This year, teams will complete different challenges along the way, collecting as many points as possible, while searching for and following clues throughout Montreal. Teams will compete against each other in the ultimate contest: to claim the AGI Cup! And be warned! There may be some fun roadblocks along the way!

AGI’s Amazingly FUN Race is not all about the speed – but it is all about the FUN!

Click here for more information and to register YOUR team!
  An exceptional mentorship program tailored to support family caregivers.

AGI’s Safety Net Mentorship Program focuses on the caregiver.

This innovative mentorship program pairs family caregivers with experienced, trained volunteer mentors who provide guidance, encouragement and a listening ear throughout the caregiving journey. Caring for someone with dementia is a journey you cannot and need not travel alone – AGI’s Safety Net Mentorship Program is here to help.

Click here for more details.
  A delicious new program that combines a slice of respite, a dash of camaraderie and a cup full of new cooking skills.

This wonderful culinary and social program is open to male caregivers and widowers.

Men in the Kitchen combines an opportunity for participants to finesse their cooking skills, learn more about food, understand good nutrition and enjoy warm camaraderie and support from peers. Caregivers join facilitators, an AGI Counsellor, a Provigo Culinary School Rep and a Chef, for three hours every week of culinary fun!

For more details and to sign up, click here





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