Tag: Alzheimer Disease

La démence chez l’aîné

Dementia among seniors: understand in order to better help


Dementia among seniors: understand in order to better help Dementia among seniors: everyone is familiar with this term, but its definition often remains vague for most of us. If you have an elderly loved one who has been diagnosed with dementia, it is natural to try to better understand what dementia in seniors is. What…

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Helping the caregiver

Alzheimer’s disease – Episode 3: Helping the caregiver with Luc Armand


Helping the caregiver Caregivers – often the children, spouses or family of the senior, offer their support voluntarily, despite their own circumstances. This support can be emotional, or meet the needs related to the health situation of the elderly person (chores at home, shopping, meals, transportation, cleaning, etc.). Although convenient for the senior, this situation…

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Guide sur la maladie d'Alzheimer

Guide to Alzheimer’s Disease


Learn more about our guide to Alzheimer’s disease Alzheimer’s disease is (unfortunately) an increasingly common disease that affects many older people. Understanding it better is giving yourself the power to deal with it better. We have therefore put together a multitude of very practical tips in one 25-page book. The goal? Help you, the caregiver,…

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How to deal with an elderly parent with Alzheimer’s?


How to deal with an elderly parent with Alzheimer’s? This question is quite normal since Alzheimer’s disease can be difficult both for the person affected but also for relatives and family. Feeling like our heads are playing tricks on us all the time is certainly not easy. Unfortunately, seeing an elderly person lose his or…

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My dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s


Your loved one was diagnosed with Alzheimer and you need to find a retirement home suited to his needs. We can help, free of charge. “My father of 85 years has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. At the hospital, the social worker referred me to your services in order to help me find a home suited to his needs. How can you help me?” ­-Catherine Dear Catherine,  Choosing a retirement home for a loved one…

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Memory loss or Alzheimer?


For many people, an aging parent’s memory issues are automatically linked to Alzheimer’s disease. Yet, memory losses are only a part of the problem, since the disease touches many brain functions. As a matter of fact, it is possible to notice different changes with the persons affected by the disease. Still, it is necessary to…

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