You don't expect an emergency

by DAVID MACFARLANE

When any kind of medical emergency befalls a family, it becomes possible to catch a glimpse – if only…

Home, Safe Home

by RICHIE ASSALY

Occupational Therapists are trained to identify and support a client’s needs, strengths and capabilities…

“Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, I will try again tomorrow.”

— Mary Anne Radmacher —

Diabetes offers new clues for Alzheimer's

by ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF CANADA

Recently discovered links between diabetes and dementia are giving Alzheimer's researchers fresh clues…

Grandma's Box of Memories

by SUSAN GRIMBLY

A reader from the United Kingdom writes to tell us of a helpful book for families who want to have something…

NMDA receptor antagonist

by MATT KWONG

What is an example of an NMDA receptor antagonist? The only drug in this newer class of Alzheimer’s…

The Unforgettable Collection

by VANESSA ORTYNSKY

You can beat Alzheimer's with your camera. It’s worth a shot. That's the slogan that goes with a November…