South Surrey program aims to assist seniors with mild to moderate cognitive impairment A new program for seniors with mild to moderate cognitive impairment is being offered at South Surrey’s Peninsula Retirement Residence. Developed by the residence’s Corry-Ann Neilands, with
Non-drug options for older adults living with dementia Originally published Jan 11, 2021 – McMaster University – Aspects of dementia including aggression, agitations, anxiety, and psychosis can have a significant impact on the lives of dementia patients and their caregivers.
Adult Cognitive Wellness Program Wins “Outstanding Support” Award New Langley Adult Cognitive Wellness Program Wins “Outstanding Support” Award from the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce Despite the pandemic, the new Adult Cognitive Wellness Centre continues to support families and people
Pilot begins: Advance Care Planning for people living with dementia and their family/friend caregivers The BCCPC dementia project enters a new phase this month with the launch of the programs in partnership with four pilot sites in the North Okanagan,
How Technology Can Help Seniors and People with Dementia to Connect One thing that has become readily apparent during the coronavirus lockdown is how reliant we are upon technology. Another fact made even more obvious is that nothing replaces good
Pandemic support for people with dementia in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows My Fears and Frustrations: Living with Dementia During a Pandemic is a free one-hour virtual peer-support group The impact of COVID-19 has been felt right across the globe. People