Neil Godfrey is a geoscientist by profession, outdoorsman by hobby and, as he discovered in his early 40s, an oil and watercolour painter by passion.
Interested in fundraising for dementia research, treatment and care, but not sure where to start?
Fast facts about the Branch Out Foundation’s Neuron Night.
Cathie Thrall was born in 1936 to Greek parents, Chris and Anastastia Christou, in Lethbridge, Alta. She enjoys a full, colourful life and finds pleasure in family, her community and in the arts.
There’s a memory book lying open on the coffee table in Ron Nicholls’ room at Wentworth Manor, the long-term care facility where he has lived since the summer of 2017.
Cynthia Delgado brings comfort — and a sense of purpose — to the residents of St. Teresa Place.
WP Puppet Theatre brings a mask-making workshop to people living with dementia
Mang Q. Chan was born in Hong Kong and immigrated to Canada with his wife and four children in 1980.
Peter couldn’t remember much. But he never forgot the love of his life.
Caregiver Vinnette Morgan treats her clients like family.
Some days are not good days, but others are good days. A good day is when we go out for lunch and laugh a lot.
Health care aide Nathan Piansay says everyone just wants to be treated with respect.
"I’d always have humour in the speeches I wrote. I believe it’s essential. I suppose I use humour as a distraction from my diagnosis."
Health-care aide Jocelyn Supremido helps familiesliving with dementia like Meta and Helmut Wieser