One small act can make a remarkable difference to the men and women who are impacted by dementia.
Author: Trish Richards
We’re Boomers. We’re alive. We’re thriving. We’re not dead yet.
We. Are. NOT. Elderly.
Join us on Thursday, July 6, 2017, at 1 p.m., when Caregiving Matters Chair Mary Bart hosts a complimentary webinar to give Advocis Toronto Chapter members an opportunity to learn more about the Estate Planning Project.
Visit us at the 2017 Caregiver Show on Friday, June 9, from 10am- 5pm, inside the Ontario Science Centre.
Caregiving Matters Chair Mary Bart speaks about The Estate Planning Project on Tuesday, June 6, 2017, at the Four Points by Sheraton Fallsview.
For over 25 years, the Toronto Challenge has been bringing together participants from all ages and abilities to raise funds for non-profit organizations that are improving the quality of life for seniors in your community.
Children need help learning about how their grandparent’s brain is affected by dementia.
She is his world. She is his source of entertainment. His emotional, social and physical strength. She is his caregiver. Indeed, she is his everything.
And sometimes, she needs a break.
Michael Gabriele from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) talks about the organization’s caregivers education program which is dear to his heart.
The latest exhibit at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (AGNS) will for the first time feature artwork created by people with dementia and their caregivers.