Baycrest’s clinical and interprofessional experts have developed a number of resources on topics such as dementia, brain health, aging and more. Below are a few examples of these resources.

More information and resources can be found on Baycrest’s Health Information pages.

Brain Health Assessment

Brain Health Assessment

A free, 20-25 minute online assessment for people aged 20 to 94 that generates a personalized score and brain health report to let you know if you should see your doctor.

Smart Tracker

Smart Tracker

A free, 5-minute online assessment for all ages based on lifestyle factors that influence dementia risk that generates a personalized set of recommendations to improve your brain health.

Memory and Aging

Memory and Aging Program

An evidence-based education and memory strategy training program for older adults experiencing age-related memory changes.

Care Giving

Koschitzky Centre for Innovations in Caregiving

A one stop resource for best practices and innovations in caregiving. The centre collaborates with Baycrest and the community to support caregivers across the caregiving journey.



Dementia Prevention Strategies

As Alzheimer’s disease begins to develop in the brain decades before the symptoms of memory loss become obvious, there are actions people can take now to reduce their risk of dementia – regardless of their age.

These 15 prevention strategies, recommended by Dr. Howard Chertkow, Chair in Cognitive Neurology and Innovation at Baycrest’s Rotman Research Institute and Scientific Director of Canada’s largest dementia research network, the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging, could potentially slow cognitive decline and prevent various forms of dementia.

For more information about how each strategy can protect your brain health, watch our video clips featuring Dr. Chertkow.