McCormick Dementia Services

 

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 McCormick Dementia Services Announces Discontinuation of McCormick Caregiver Education Series November 1, 2017 - After an extensive review of our ...
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Marie Savundranayagam wants to dispel the notion that ‘person-centered care’ is merely a patient-focused approach. In health-care settings, she stressed, ...
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Caregiving doesn’t necessarily stop when your spouse goes to live in a long-term care home. It just looks a little ...
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Family caregivers often find themselves in situations where they’re speaking for a relative with dementia. Sometimes this is appropriate, other ...
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Relieving Caregiver Burden by Julia Ritchie It’s no secret that Canada’s population is aging. According to the Alzheimer’s Society of ...
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Spousal Support: A Caregiver’s Perspective by Julia Ritchie While Rita Clarke may be retired, her days aren’t filled with rest ...
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McCormick Home Response to Elizabeth Wettlaufer Case IMPORTANT NOTICE TO RESIDENTS, FAMILIES AND FRIENDS OF McCORMICK HOME June 2, , ...
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Events

3
Jan
07:00 pm to 08:30 pm
Jan-03-2018

Pre-registration is required to participate.

Please register by calling a social worker at 519-439-9336.

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07:00 pm to 08:30 pm
3
Jan
07:00 pm to 08:30 pm
Jan-03-2018

Pre-registration is required to participate.

Please register by calling a social worker at 519-439-9336.

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07:00 pm to 08:30 pm
8
Jan
02:30 pm to 03:45 pm
Jan-08-2018

Pre-registration is required to participate.

Please register by calling a social worker at 519-439-9336.

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02:30 pm to 03:45 pm
10
Jan
01:00 pm to 02:30 pm
Jan-10-2018

Pre-registration is required to participate.

Please register by calling a social worker at 519-439-9336.

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01:00 pm to 02:30 pm
17
Jan
01:30 pm to 02:30 pm
Jan-17-2018

Pre-registration is required to participate.

Please register by calling a social worker at 519-439-9336.

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01:30 pm to 02:30 pm

What our clients say

I could not be happier with the program and the wonderful staff who care for our mom.

McCormick Dementia Services Family Member -
VIDEOS
Howie and Susan: McCormick Dementia Services

When Howard and Susan Isaacs opened the Inuit Gallery in Downtown London in 1983, they were young teachers in the Thames Valley District School Board. As a young man, Howie grew up surrounded by some of Canada’s art elite: Greg Curnoe Micheal Snow, and of course, his uncle Avrom Isaacs founder of Toronto’s Isaac Gallery and Innuit Gallery and once one of Canada’s most influential gallery owners.

 April, 2017
Jim & Louise: McCormick Dementia Services

Growing up on a farm, Jim was accustomed to doing everything, from driving a truck to helping out around the house. With his strong work ethic and hearty attitude, he built a successful career as a home builder in London, Ontario. While he may no longer drive, Jim brought his heart and his hands to McCormick Dementia Services where he crafted something even more important for the love of his life, his wife Louise.

 April, 2017
The Club at McCormick Dementia Services

The McCormick Dementia Services team has a strong history and an ongoing commitment to delivering the highest quality programs and services to clients in our day program, weekend overnight respite program and caregiver support programs.

August, 2017
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