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Mental Health Awareness: Break the Silence with Bell Let’s Talk 2022

Break The Silence With The Ball

January 26th  is an important day for mental health awareness. It’s Bell Let’s Talk Day, which is an initiative to get people talking about mental health issues, raise awareness, and address the stigma associated with mental health.

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How to Care for a Family Member with Dementia at Home

Dementia Care at Home

Are you providing care for a member of your family with dementia? There are many steps you can take to ensure the health and well-being of your loved one as well as yourself during this time. If your family member prefers to remain living at home while receiving care, there are additional steps you need to take to safeguard their home environment. Read More »

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5 Tips for Taking Care of a Parent with Dementia at Home

Dementia Care at Home

For many adults, ageing in place is a preferred choice. It allows them to remain in a familiar home with comfort. Home living can also offer a sense of independence for seniors — even with a little help. Read More »

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Dementia Care Services: Caring for Someone with Dementia at Home

Dementia care services at home

Many seniors prefer to live at home in a familiar environment. The comforts of home can contribute to a positive mood as seniors age in place. Plus, staying at home helps maintain a sense of independence. For seniors with dementia, extra support may be needed. To live safely and comfortably at home, they may need some help. Read More »

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How to Promote Social Bonding for a Person with Dementia

Dementia Care

Social activities have many benefits that include maintaining good health, happiness, and well-being. However, these activities may be difficult for those with dementia. These individuals often have high anxiety, confusion, changes in behaviour, and limited confidence. Read More »

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Dementia Care: How to Deal with Stubborn Patients

Dementia Care

Dealing with dementia can be frustrating for both patients and families. As the disease worsens and patients age, dementia sufferers need to deal with increased memory loss, confusion and difficulty with daily tasks. However, many want to maintain their independence and will often refuse support. Read More »

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Why In-home Dementia Care Services are Getting More Popular

Dementia Care

Driving around Oakville, you might notice that even more, senior care centers are opening. What you can’t see is that in-home dementia care is becoming more popular too. More and more families are choosing to keep their seniors with dementia in-home with dementia caregivers. Why is in-home care for people with dementia becoming more popular?  Read More »

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Learn the Ways to Cope with the Symptoms Of Dementia

Symptoms Of Dementia

Caring for your parent with dementia can be challenging. You will often see behavior and symptoms in your parent that you may not be prepared for. In our experience providing dementia care, we’ve found which symptoms are most challenging for caregivers, and we have solutions to help you cope. Read More »

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