Category: dementia

A 12-Step Program for Caregivers

Sep 05, 2011

I want to share with you today a piece that was developed by two nurses who have worked extensively with the families of patients with Alzheimer's disease. It provides important guidance and wisdom to help us deal with our loved ones who are experiencing the symptoms of dementia.


Dr.Amy - Caregiving and Siblings

Sep 27, 2011

Here is a typical question: “I have two sisters and a brother but they all live far away. I live in the same town as my parents. I’m happy to help my mom and dad, but my siblings don’t seem to think they need to do anything because they live far away. How do I get them to be more involved in helping me take care of our parents?”


Caring For Someone With Alzheimer's During The Holidays: Seven Tips

Dec 23, 2011

If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, your instinct might be to cling to beloved traditions this holiday season. But you—and your loved one—might experience the most holiday joy by adapting your plans and expectations


Dr. Amy: Maintaining a sense of control during illness

Dec 28, 2011

Probably one of the most difficult parts of being ill is losing a sense of control of life. As caregivers, we can help our loved ones and ourselves continue to feel some control. Even though we may both feel powerless against the illness itself, we have many choices that we can make along t


Finding the best Alzheimer's home: Nine tips

Mar 09, 2012

Choosing the right Alzheimer's home for your loved one can be a frightening experience but sound information makes it easier. When choosing the Alzheimer's right home, the philosophy and appropriate level of care, preferred location and budget all need to be considered. Here are nine tips to help you find the best Alzheimer's home for your loved one.


Five ways to reduce Alzheimer's risk and keep memory strong

Apr 24, 2012

What five ingredients reduce our risk for getting this disease and keep our memory strong? One ingredient is learning how to manage stress.


Living Well With Dementia Photo Contest

May 24, 2012

There are almost 500,000 people living with dementia in Canada. Help increase awareness right now by entering the Living Well with Dementia Photo Contest. Read more...


Do seniors with mild dementia belong in independent living?

Jul 27, 2012

What do you do when a senior needs more help than a retirement home can provide? And when they won't accept the help that is offered?


Exciting Fall Events and Resources for Comfort Life Readers

Sep 20, 2012

Whether it's the Alzheimer's Society of Toronto's film premier of "Alive Inside", World Reflexology Week or tools from the National Institute for the Care of the Elderly - there's a lot going on for Comfort Life Readers! Read more...


Comfort Life's New Ebook: Alzheimer's and Dementia Handbook

Oct 01, 2012

Resources for adults, seniors and caregivers who are at risk, or living with someone who has Alzheimer's or dementia. Read more...


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