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.
These agencies offer support for people impacted by dementia in Calgary.
Dementia on the screen and stage.
Shining the spotlight on the PHC IGSI Education Series.
As our population ages and more of us see friends and family diagnosed with dementia.
A look at three different approaches to creating effective care facilities and programs.
Meet two researchers who are aiming to make an impact in the ways we deal with dementia — and in the ways we can prevent it.
Two technology companies have created products that boost memory recall, increase social interaction and motivate individuals with dementia to get moving.
Adjusting to living with dementia brings plenty of challenges for Canadian families.
The decline of a loved one’s cognition can often leave family members stumped for conversation topics.
Seeing an individual struggle with dementia can be a scary and frustrating experience.
Cynthia Delgado brings comfort — and a sense of purpose — to the residents of St. Teresa Place.
Dr. David Hogan, a specialist in geriatric medicine at the University of Calgary, shares his insights on dementia and driving.
Inclusion matters to those living with dementia.
Cases of dementia could be prevented by addressing these lifestyle factors:
Laughter is the best medicine may sound like a platitude …
WP Puppet Theatre brings a mask-making workshop to people living with dementia
The Gentle Persuasive Approaches (GPA) program is just a little more than a decade old …
In 2011, Alzheimer Scotland was looking for new ways to support its population living with dementia.
A groundbreaking event held in Ottawa last May is an exciting step forward in the development of a National Dementia Strategy.
Here’s what some readers had to say about our summer issue.
People with dementia want to be treated with compassion, dignity and respect, just like everybody else.
Language matters when it comes to talking about dementia …