Talking Dementia BlogDiscussing the support and skills you need in caring for someone living with dementia
Food, sharing meals, and cooking is a central part of all of our lives. Food is often linked to strong emotions, whether it is sharing meals with family at a special occasion, or being able to fix your favorite comfort food after a difficult day. For some people...read more
Self-care can be a loaded term for caregivers/ care partners of someone living with dementia but it is also a very important tool that can assist in preventing or improving symptoms of caregiver stress or burnout. Caregivers/...read more
The Globe & Mail highlights our Enhancing Care dementia support programs as care models for the looming aging and caregiver crisis.
The front page of this Saturday's Globe and Mail featured a powerful story by @ZosiaBielski on the elder care crisis that's leaving "families stressed, exhausted and looking for help..." The article, With a looming aging crisis, who is helping the caregivers?, defined...read more
With National #Caregiver Day upon us we’re starting a short series of wellbeing and safety tips for senior caregivers who are caring for someone living with dementia. One in five Canadians are caring for someone with dementia. More than 1 million caregivers are older...read more