Welcome to our Blog!

We want to create a space for people whose lives are affected by dementia to meet one another, learn from one another, and to share their story. In doing so, we hope that a sense of hope and empowerment will be found.

 

On this blog, you can expect:

  • Stories from care partners who are caring for a loved one – lessons learned and hardships overcome

  • Encouragement and suggestions from professionals who are versed in self-care tools and strategies

  • Stories from care providers who are striving to deliver person centred care in formalized settings

  • Information from service providers who are working to make the journey easier for people who are affected by dementia

  • Information on important resources that can help in the delivery of care

  • Practical and creative ideas that can be easily implemented in care

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 g...

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...

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...

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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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