A new approach to dementia care
Two years after building the first residence in the Kitchener-Waterloo region specifically for people with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, Highview Residences has built a second.
The Stages & Steps to Picking a Dementia Home
There are five stages involved in choosing and moving your loved one who has dementia to a home, however, everyone is different and so your journey may be different also! Through years of working with families as they navigate this part of the journey we have generally found these are the Stages.
People with Dementia Benefit from A Specialized Care Solution
The number of Canadians with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias is at an all-time high. The time will come when a decision will need to be made to move a loved one to a home.
Does Someone You Love Have Dementia?
Not only is it hard for the person living with dementia, it is also hard for their family and friends as they journey together. Here are four signs that it’s time for the move.
TableTalk Information Sheet on Delirium
For people with dementia, Delirium can sometimes present itself in their words, fears and what they’re actually seeing.
The names for Highview Kitchener’s Second Home have been announced!
Read More: Update on Phase 2
Tune In – Joy Birch on the Senior Savvy Show
“Families often struggle with ‘when is it time?’ and ‘we want them to stay at home as long as possible’. The time will come when a decision needs to be made about where to live.”
Joy Birch from Highview Residences tells us the four signs that it’s time for a move:
Read the Article: 4 Signs That it is Time for a Move