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McCormick Dementia Research


By Joanne Nancekivell November, 2019 With the cooler temperatures upon us, we are faced with shorter days that are mostly ...
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Understanding the meaning behind the behaviour Whether communicated intentionally or not, all behaviours have meaning.  Oftentimes, when a person’s standard ...
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Communicating effectively as a caregiver Communication in all its forms is at the centre of human interaction. Whether it be ...
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Maintaining identity through meaningful activities When we engage in activities that are meaningful to us, we experience an enhanced sense ...
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McCormick Dementia Services Helps Raise Awareness of Frontotemporal Degeneration by Participating in North American-wide Event September 30, 2019 LONDON, ON ...
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  • January 27th, 2020
  • McCormick Spousal Support Group-Living with a Spouse in Long-Term Care
  • January 28th, 2020
  • Powerful Tools for Caregivers
  • January 30th, 2020
  • McCormick Early Stage Support Group
  • February 3rd, 2020
  • McCormick Enhanced Caregiver Education-Understanding Behaviours with Practical Strategies
  • February 4th, 2020
  • Powerful Tools for Caregivers

Living Well with Dementia Technology as a Tool – High and Low tech Aids to Support Living Safely

Karen Johnson, Director, McCormick Dementia Services and Alexis McDowell, Occupational Therapist, London Health Sciences Centre on high and low-tech Aids to support living safely.

McCormick Care Foundation Long Term Care

Exploring an Alternative Therapeutic Approach to Empowering Dementia Day Program Clients

Art Therapy

On November, 16th 2016 the McCormick Home and Fanshawe College hosted the Art Dimension Show and Sale. The following news story was aired on the Rogers TV segment ‘Fanshawe Learns’.

Awarded Three-Year Accreditation for Quality Long-Term and Dementia Care