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Meals to Help Slow Down Dementia

What to eat, what to eat?: A look at different meals that may carry benefits to slowing cognitive decline for those with dementia    Everyday we wake up and one of the first things we do is eat our breakfast. Later on we have some snacks or our lunch, and as the day goes by we eventually make ourselves dinner. We do this because our bodies need energy to keep us going...

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What Are The Different Types of Dementia?

This post is the first of many in a series about understanding the various types of dementia and how each one impacts an individual after diagnosis. We acknowledge that there are over 400 different types of dementia, we will be focusing on some of the more common ones as well as some of the not so common dementias that are affecting many people today. In this first post we will...

Navigating change in your new environment

Navigating change in your new environment

Change is perhaps the only real constant in our lives. We all go through the same stages in life, but at different times and different rates. We all begin life as newborns, then we become toddlers, children, teenagers, adults, and some become parents and grandparents and at a certain point in our live we all start to lose some of our abilities that lead us to asking for or requiring...

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Forgetfulness and Confusion

This is our third blog in a series on behaviours. Forgetfulness and confusion in the later stages of the disease, will present itself as your loved one not being able to remember familiar faces, places, names, or things. In the earlier stages of the disease, it may be mild, and the person may have trouble remembering recent events making decisions or processing what is said by others. They may even...