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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...

Staying safe while on the internet

Staying safe while on the internet

Typically, daily, almost every single person spends some time on the internet, whether that is on Facebook, news websites, or other social media apps. It is very important to know that while you are on the internet, a lot of information is being gathered on you and used to target you specifically for products and services. Some companies have gone even further than just collecting data so they can target...

What people lose and what they keep

Dementia: What people lose and what they keep

If I knew then what I know now with regards to dementia, I think the relationship I had with my mother would have been very different. I had very limited information on the disease, and I was busy trying to run another company at the time. I was unaware of all the changes my mother was going through. As an example, I really did not know why she was not...

Here at MPHC, we always say that instead of trying to bring a person with dementia into our world, we need to live in their world.

Dementia Behaviours: New Suspicions

Dementia Behaviours This is our fifth blog on behaviours, and this is one I dealt with personally. Before I tell you my personal experience. I think we need to understand that people with dementia may become suspicious of those around them.  Even saying they have stolen from them, or if speaking to their spouse, they may accuse them of infidelity. Delusions which are firmly held beliefs in things that are not real...