Navigating Alzheimer’s Diagnosis with Care and Understanding

Alzheimer's affects the whole family

As seniors gracefully embrace the golden years, they may encounter a range of changes and adjustments, each bearing its unique significance. While many aspects of aging are entirely normal, certain shifts in mental processing, memory, and mood may warrant closer attention, especially in the context of Alzheimer’s, a condition that demands careful consideration.  This blog […]

Understanding the Brain Chemistry Behind Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

A human brain surrounded by a city

Worried about a loved one and wondering if it might be dementia? It’s a difficult situation, but you’re not alone. This guide offers information about the common early signs of dementia. It aims to help you understand what to look for, how to talk to your loved one with care, and the importance of seeking a professional diagnosis.

Unlocking Joy: The Power of Music and Art Therapy for Seniors

Music improves the quality of life for seniors.

Caring for our elderly loved ones involves more than just physical well-being. Engaging in creative therapies like music and art can profoundly impact their overall well-being. These alternative approaches offer a refreshing way to enhance seniors’ lives, both emotionally and mentally.  Let’s delve into the benefits of music and art therapy: Music Therapy: Unleashing the […]

Recognizing Early Signs of Alzheimer’s: A Guide for Caregivers

As seniors transition into a new phase of life, various behavioral changes are commonplace. Distinguishing between natural aging processes and potential health concerns can be challenging.  With Alzheimer’s awareness on the rise and ample resources available in Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge, caregivers and loved ones have the opportunity to learn about early indicators, enabling them to address any […]

Alzheimer’s & Dementia: It is Never Too Early or Too Late

Caring for loved ones with Alzheimer's and dementia

Diagnosed with a degenerative brain disorder such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia can be debilitating for the person affected and their families. September is World Alzheimer’s Month 2023, and the theme is ‘Never too early, never too late‘. The campaign aims to adopt proactive risk reduction measures to delay and potentially prevent the onset of dementia […]

Boost Your Brain Health and Fight Brain Aging

Boost your Brain health and fight brain aging

March is Brain Health Awareness month, and the third week is Brain Health Awareness Week.  Millions of people are affected yearly by brain diseases like Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s, Strokes, and depression. Brain research is vital in finding solutions and possible cures. Normal aging and dementia are two different things.  Normal aging is a natural gradual […]

Coping with Wandering Senior Loved Ones with Dementia

Senior confusion with dementia

Wandering is a standard behaviour among seniors with dementia. It refers to when someone with dementia moves about aimlessly or without a clear purpose. Wandering can pose a safety risk for the individual and cause caregiver stress. Caregivers must establish a safe environment and keep track of the senior’s movements to prevent them from getting […]

At Home Care for Loved Ones with Alzheimer’s

caring for Alzheimer's at home

Keeping your loved one with Alzheimer’s or Dementia safe at home may sometimes be overwhelming. There is help for your loved one and you and your family. Remaining at home with Alzheimer’s has been shown to help our loved ones stay healthier and happier and live longer. When looking after a loved one that you are close […]

Peace of Mind with 24-hour Care for Seniors

Peace of Mind with 24-hour Care for Seniors

Having someone there to deal with issues that may arise overnight or provide companionship and support can make a huge difference. Everyone knows the value of a good night’s sleep for our health and having the energy to carry out daily tasks and activities. As we get older, an uninterrupted night of sleep can become […]

Can you Hear Me

Can you Hear Me

Imagine if you awoke one day and realized that you could no longer hear your favourite songs, the sound of your grandchildren laughing, the nuances of your regular tv shows, or even inside jokes shared with your closest friends. Approximately one in three older adults have hearing loss, but many don’t want to admit it, […]

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