A palliative approach refers to care that focuses on quality-of-life, smooth transitions and whole-person care for the person with dementia and their family.
Category: Alzheimer’s & Dementia
Communicating with someone who has dementia can be exceedingly difficult.
Now go enjoy life – Live, Love and figure out how to make adjustments to over come your obstacles.
Engaging in physical activity can be restorative for those living with Alzheimer’s disease.
Would you want to know?
Knowing some of the warning signs, will help you plan and be prepared to deal with this disease.
As the population of “elder orphans” grows, more research is needed so that we can develop effective systems of public guardianship and care.
There are GPS devices on the market today that will help keep tabs on someone who wanders off.
“You’re constantly strategizing and planning just to make life happen,” Caregiver Catherine Kelly
You are cordially invited to the GTA book launch where Eleanor Silverberg will describe and demonstrate how the successful practice of mindfulness was modified to accommodate people living with Alzheimer’s disease or other related dementia. This will be a fantastic book launch, don’t miss it.