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Changing the Misconceptions of Dementia

Changing the Misconceptions of Dementia By: Bruce Wray, Communications Manager For London’s Ron Robert, the day he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s was the day he also lost his driver’s licence. His doctor offered minimal information or counselling to support the...

The Gift of Volunteering

The Gift of Volunteering By: Jen Hale, Manager of Volunteer and Social Recreation Services In a study completed by the Conference Board of Canada, it was estimated that Canadians volunteered over 2 billion hours of service in 2017. If volunteering were an industry, it...

Dementia, Boomers and Education

Dementia, Boomers and Education By: Bruce Wray, Communications Manager Every day it happens. Most times we don’t notice it but at some point, it hits us. We reach that point in life where we self-define as being “old”. Truth be told, those younger than us had put us...

What’s Your Moment of Innovation?

What’s Your Moment of Innovation? By: Bruce Wray, Communications Manager In the clinical world of dementia there is a saying that goes something like this: “Once you’ve seen one person with dementia, you’ve seen one person with dementia”. This adage speaks to...

Dementia: The Financial Roadmap

Dementia: The Financial Roadmap By: Susan Oster, Public Education Coordinator You or a loved one has recently received the diagnosis – a disease that is causing a progressive form of dementia. With this comes a lot of emotions and a lot of questions – what now? Ron...
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