This event raises critical funds to support care, research and programs at Baycrest, a global leader in aging and brain health care, research and education.
At Baycrest, our work helps to preserve and extend the cognitive and emotional well-being of older adults. An estimated 564,000 Canadians have Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. By 2031, this figure is expected to rise to 937,000 - an increase of 66%. Baycrest is working hard to respond to this crisis. Funds raised through events like Baycrest SEALFIT allow Baycrest to conduct research, offer programming and support, educate the next generation of healthcare providers, and so much more.