Topics for Persons with Dementia
Support for Persons with Dementia
McCormick Early Stage Support Group
Learning that you have dementia and experiencing the changes involved in its early stages can be a particularly challenging experience. Our Early Stage Support Group brings together people who share this unique journey and who provide a vital support network for each other. Comprised only of people with early dementia symptoms, this group builds a strong sense of connection with each other, addresses problem solving and adapting techniques, as well as provides enhanced practical skill development activities to make the most out of your abilities.
It is an environment that provides a safe haven for members to openly discuss their thoughts and feelings. Participants sharing their path with other group members helps reduce the sense of isolation and creates strong bonds.
This group is currently offered on Zoom Thursdays from 1:00-1:45 p.m.
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Alzheimer Society of London and Middlesex
ASLM offers a variety of resources and programs designed for the person living with dementia including education, counselling, support and recreation. They are currently offering virtual social recreation.
Finding Your Way
Explore how people living with dementia and their families can live safely in the community, starting with Finding Your Way’s new Living Safely with Dementia Interactive Resource Guide.
By Us For Us Guides
The By Us For Us© Guides (BUFU guides) are a series of guides created by a group of talented and passionate persons with dementia and/or partners in care. The guides are designed to equip persons with dementia with the necessary tools to enhance their well-being and manage daily challenges. Guides are available online and in hard copy.