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Proper Care Can Avoid a Distressing Experience

We comment here on a very real and distressing story of perhaps the most serious challenge facing our healthcare system and society as a whole. Several weeks ago, a letter to the Editor appeared in the Montreal Gazette newspaper under the heading Outrageous ER wait times must be addressed.   The letter presents the experience of a 73 year old lady…

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Annual Barclay Family Colloquium

Alzheimer’s Society of Montreal

Important Conference November 18, 2019 Without question, Alzheimer’s and other dementia diseases are the biggest challenge facing our healthcare system in Canada and Quebec today.  Given current trends from an aging population and the impact of longer life spans, we will see a doubling of the current number of Alzheimer’s and dementia cases in the next 12 years. The healthcare…

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How women are doubly affected by Alzheimer’s disease

Did you know that women represent 72 per cent of Canadians living with Alzheimer’s disease? They could be your mothers, wives, sisters, grandmothers or friends – even you. Why women? Women live longer than men and age is a significant risk factor. That’s one reason why there are more women living with Alzheimer’s disease than men. The impact on women…

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Looking in the Mirror

A Story – Dementia & Alzheimer’s

Today I read a great story in the Washington Post. Sometimes when faced with situations we can’t change we just need to face them head on with the right approach and a change of mindset from our everyday perspective. Washington’s Post article about promoting a more joyful approach to Alzheimer’s.

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Mother and Daughter Talking

Tackling Tough Conversations

When family members and friends are in good health, living independently and coping well, it is easy to fall into the trap of thinking that it is way too soon to discuss future plans. Some people may be reluctant or embarrassed to discuss personal matters and hypothetical changes, while others might feel that money and health issues are private. Unfortunately,…

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