Alzheimer’s disease, the most prevalent form of dementia, affects millions of people every year, affecting not only patients but also their loved ones. This progressive neurodegenerative disease impairs memory, cognitive functions and, ultimately, individuals’ quality of life.
In January, the month dedicated to raising awareness of Alzheimer’s disease, it is essential to understand its impact, and to support research and initiatives aimed at coping with this disease.
Hope for Dementia – An invaluable resource center
Hope for Dementia is a beacon of hope and support for those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Our website is home to a Resource Centre filled with valuable information for caregivers and families.
Here’s an overview of the main topics covered:
- Information on dementia: Articles cover the symptoms, medical, emotional and management aspects of the disease.
- Practical advice for caregivers and families: Practical tips to help our seniors on a daily basis.
- Downloadable tools and resources: Videos, brochures and a white paper on a variety of topics.
- Links to Hope for Dementia’s programs and services: Hope for Dementia offers programs and services that aim to mitigate the risks of dementia. Programs involve young and old alike, bridging the generation gap.
Get involved with Hope for Dementia.