Jul 21 2014
The scourge of early-onset dementia

Two striking examples of early-onset dementia show just how much more difficult the disease is on families —…

Jul 18 2014
Don't know where to turn? We have quick tips

Caregiver: You don't have time to read when managing a loved one with Alzheimer's; we know you don't.…

“To care for those who once cared for us is one of the highest honours.”

— Tia Walker —

Jul 18 2014
Canada and France to co-host global dementia event

Experts will focus on building academia-industry partnerships and fast-tracking innovation in dementia…

Jul 19 2014
Alzheimer’s Drugs May Have Heart Benefits

A Swedish observational study suggests that drugs commonly used to treat Alzheimer’s disease may have…

Jul 17 2014
Validate! ... no, It's not lying

Validate! ... no, It's not lying

by FIGHTDEMENTIA.ORG

Should you correct your forgetful mom with Alzheimer's OR "validate" her reality? It's the burning…

Jul 19 2014
20,000 Canadians Get Online Memory Checkup

A free online brain health assessment for Canadians worried about their memory reached a milestone in…

Jul 20 2014
Memory Center Charlotte understands Alzheimer's care

Kathy McLaughlin doesn’t recall how she and her sister, Diane Tucker, found Dr. Charles H. Edwards…

Jul 16 2014
A bad day and a paramedic failure

A bad day and a paramedic failure

by REBECCA MELNYK 

For Kyro Nagib, pharmacist and owner of a Pharmasave drugstore in Toronto, Ont., a customer who forgot…

Jul 17 2014
What is Companion Care?

What is Companion Care?

by MELODY WILDING

When you think about the word “companionship,” what comes to mind? Friendship. Fellowship. Community.…

May 31 2014
Practical Activities for People With Alzheimer's

Developing practical, efficient and meaningful leisure programs for people suffering from Alzheimer's…

Jul 16 2014
What to expect in the stages of Alzheimer's

While most are aware that Alzheimer’s disease progresses in stages, many are still confused about…

Jul 16 2014
The Silence of Doctors Around Dementia

“A fate worse than death,” my colleague muttered to me as we examined an elderly man admitted to…