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Archive Jan 2016

    Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    Educate yourself about the disease. Read books, attend workshops and consult with health care professionals. Learn caregiving techniques. Key areas are communication skills, safety concerns and managing behavioral challenges and activities of daily living. Understand the experience of your loved one. Adjust your expectations. Be patient and kind. Avoid caregiver burnout. Make time for yourself....

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    Reducing Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    WHILE THERE IS NO WAY TO PREVENT ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE, you can reduce your risk by making the right lifestyle choices for your body and brain in order to age successfully. The brain is one of a human’s most vital organs as it plays a role in every action and every thought we have and just...

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    Working together to support people with Dementia

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Bayshore Healthcare Stasia Hartley, Bayshore Area Director for Victoria (left) with Lauren Welsler, of BC Alzheimer Society and Terra Munro of the Sidney All Care Residence. Bayshore’s Sidney branch (a satellite of the Victoria branch) has partnered with the Alzheimer Society of BC to educate communities about creating accessible, inclusive spaces for people with dementia. Dementia-Friendly Communities,...

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    10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Bayshore Healthcare 10 warning signs of Alzheimer disease. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia. Dementia is an overall term used to describe various brain disorders caused by physical changes in the brain. According to the Alzheimer Society of Canada, 564,000 individuals in Canada are currently living with dementia and this number is expected to increase to 1.4 million people by 2031. Whether...

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