Family Caregiver

Do you have a family member or friend living with dementia?

 

Are you looking for answers and information and don’t know where to turn?

Work in Healthcare?

There are 9.9 million people diagnosed with dementia every year, as healthcare administrators do your staff have the education and tools to provide quality, person centred dementia care? 

 

We can help. 

"If you find yourself

caring for a relative with dementia,

the chances are you'll need help."

- Phyllis Logan

About Person Centred Universe

Our vision is simple, we believe in a better world for those affected by dementia.  As care providers, you have a genuine passion for helping others and want to provide the best for your loved ones or clients.  We want to be sure that you have the best tools to provide quality of care for your clients, your loved ones and those who you care for.  To ensure you feel prepared and well equipped; we provide the tools and education necessary to provide truly person centred dementia care, whether it be at home with your loved one, or while you're working within healthcare for your clients.   

Upcoming Courses

Dementia: Understanding The Journey
Due to COVID-19, this course is post-poned.
Online via Zoom.
Person centred dementia education for all health care professionals. participants will deepen their understanding of dementia, learn best practices & approaches in the industry, and gain a resourceful toolkit that can be implemented into their daily work life.
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Latest Blog Post

How Do We Continue to Meet the Identity and Person Centred Care Needs of Our Residents While Under Covid-19 Restrictions?

Since the pandemic of COVID-19, there has been an intense and necessary focus on how to systematically prepare for the imminent stress and strain on the health system that this disease will impact. Like many illnesses, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that older adults are at a higher risk of complication and severe illness from Covid-19, therefore the preventative measures and social distancing proto...

December 31, 2019

It is hard to believe we have made it to the end of another year and even harder to believe we are in the last day of the decade. This is a time to reflect on the events of the past year and look forward to our goals for the next. At Person Centred Universe, our motto has always been that in everything we do, we want to ensure we are making the world a better place for people living with dementia. We have had the opportunity t...

December 20, 2019

As Christmas fast approaches we wanted to share some thoughts on how to make this time of year an enjoyable one for people who are living with dementia and their loved ones. It is a time  that brings joy and happiness into many people’s lives, but the hustle and bustle of the season can often cause it to be a stressful and overwhelming time of year for some. We want to help change that with six simple tips to help you not only...

September 18, 2019

FOOD + JOY

Many of us would agree: Eating is one of the greatest pleasures in life. This holds true, if not more so, in nursing homes and memory care facilities where the entire day revolves around eating.  Many residents begin their day with a health care worker hurrying them to the dining room to get ready for breakfast. Within a few hours, everyone is preparing for lunch and then an afternoon snack during a group event follo...

September 11, 2019

Delirium is a commonly misdiagnosed condition that is usually caused by the presence of an acute illness causing cognitive impairment.  People often confuse delirium with dementia, while under the impression that only people with dementia can develop delirium, but this is not true.  In fact there are multiple ways a person can become delirious, often due to an underlying health condition, lack of or use of certain medication,...

September 4, 2019

Disclaimer: Any and all elements of this post DO NOT prevent or treat the diagnosis of dementia. They are useful activities to incorporate into your daily regime to enhance cognitive wellbeing. 

Although there is no known cure for dementia, there are many preventative measures an individual can take in order to lessen their chances of developing the disease, along with ways to live well after diagnosis.  Keeping the brain...

A common misbelief that someone with dementia can’t understand what’s going on around them is something that may only be partly true in the later stages of dementia.  Many people in the early stages of dementia are fully able to understand their situation and what is going on around them. They are able to live successfully in the present with the appropriate support from loved ones and their care partners.  Things may become m...

August 14, 2019

One of our favorite sayings is that ‘Rome wasn’t built in a day’.  Although ultimately, organizations strive to achieve the  goal of top-down, bottom-up, complete reform to all aspects of an organization through processes, policies and activities and functions. However, complete and total reform is seeded through taking on small tasks and functions, piece by piece, to build and develop culture.  By choosing low hanging fruit t...

With the increase in life expectancy and the number of people over the age of 65 expected to double in the next 40 years it is important to understand the difference between normal signs of aging and signs of dementia.  Normal cognitive changes can be mistaken as early stages of dementia but as we age these changes can be expected which is why it is important to distinguish between the two. 

According to the Alzheimer’s So...

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Meet Ashley King and Daphne Noonan!

 

Ashley is a compassionate and driven individual who is a strong advocate for Person Centred and holistic approaches in the aging-care field.

 

Daphne is extremely passionate about working in the field of aging and more specifically in contributing to the process of enabling older adults to grow old with dignity and honor.

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