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Category Archive Dementia Solutions

  1. Dementia Solutions: Accepting the Reality

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    A group of seniors spending time together at the park and offering support to one another. How Do I Help My Friend Accept the Reality of His Wife’s Dementia?  “A friend of mine has a wife who has had dementia for a few years. I’m concerned because of his posts on Facebook that he’s not coming to terms with the reality that her condition is not going to get better and...

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  2. Dementia Solutions: Staying engaged and enjoying life

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    Staying Engaged – How Do I Get Mom or Dad to Engage With Others and Enjoy Life Again? Watching a loved one with dementia become withdrawn and unhappy can be very difficult to deal with. Though you as their caregiver or family member may feel understandably helpless and frustrated, know that there are strategies that...

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  3. Dementia Solutions: Beating the winter blues

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    An elderly woman sits and looking out the window. Winter Blues: How Do I Help my Mom or Dad, who have Dementia, Stay Active & Engaged During the Winter Season? Like all seasons, winter has its fun side and not-so-fun side. It’s the season of holiday festivities and beautiful snow-covered landscapes. But if it’s too cold outside, we’d rather stay home, and that means...

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  4. January: Mental Health and Aging

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    Mental health and the aging Canadian population Many Canadians are unaware of the strong connection between aging and mental health. The aging process sparks both physical and mental changes. For example, when people get older, their mobility may slow down or their sight may diminish – these physical changes can directly affect the mental health...

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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