Alzheimer Society of Canadaˈs Series Managing through COVID-19 provides COVID-19 Information for people with dementia, caregivers and families. One of The Alzheimers Tips for caregivers providing care at home – identifies ways to Explain COVID-19 to the person living with dementia.
Date updated: August 14, 2020
The Home to Stay Program, Stella’s Circle, identified [the need] and supported seniors with complex mental health needs to age safely in their community. A Home Modifications and Community Support Toolkit was developed to share the learnings from the project and provide guidance to organizations and individuals facing similar challenges.
Seniors do not often ask for help. CaregiverStress.com provides 10 signs that seniors may be in trouble and may need help. Household bills piles up Reluctance to leave the house Declining personal hygiene Losing interest in preparing/eating meals Decline in driving skills Signs of scorched pots and pans Symptoms of depression Missed doctors’ appointments and…
Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc.`s free guide will help service providers determine their care philosophies and decide on the program design elements to meet those attitudes. Just fill out the form and start building or enhancing a powerful dementia care program.
FALL RISK AMONG AGING ADULTS Claudia Fine ( Aging Life Care Association™ Member) provides us with: 6 Surprising Signs Your Loved One May Be at Risk for a Fall.
Do you hate waiting in line to renew your drivers license? ServiceNL, government of NL announced a new online service that enables people to renew their driver’s licence from their home or office. Check out the Youtube video. There is also a brief outline on the 5 steps involved in the process. https://www.eservicesdl.gov.nl.ca/NLTransportationWeb/home.do For more…
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