The Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan is calling on those who have experienced living with Alzheimer's disease or mild cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer’s to give their input. 

The data collected will be analyzed by Health Canada to learn about the experiences of people living with Alzheimer’s or dementia and the effects of treatments to aid in the review of medications used to treat the disease; donanemab and lecanemab.  

95 per cent of the public have concerns about developing dementia at some point in their lives and there is still a significant stigma around it, according to the Alzheimer’s Society of Saskatchewan. 

People with Alzheimer’s who are willing to participate in one of the surveys can go to or take the world’s largest survey about dementia at  

Anyone caring for someone experiencing these conditions can take an alternate survey at  

The Alzheimer’s Society of Saskatchewan will also be holding its annual general meeting, coming up this weekend.  

The meeting will take place on Saturday, June 8 at the Conexus Arts Centre in Regina and anyone interested in attending can contact to RSVP. 

Additionally, the organization is set to host an ABCs of Dementia Zoom presentation at noon hour on Tuesday, June 18 and interested parties can register at