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 founders of The Adult Cognitive Wellness Centre, it aims to help fill an increasing need to access such supports.
The day program, offered on Tuesday afternoons, focuses on organized cognitive stimulating activities to assist participants in maintaining or improving their cognitive abilities. According to a news release, the group-setting format also helps to reduce isolation, while caregivers benefit from respite and support.
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