Two very important and complementary documents have been released in the last few months that, when applied in an integrated way, have the potential to guide meaningful system change for older adults with mental health problems or dementia.
1) In July, the Behavioural Support System Community of Practice and the Canadian Dementia Resource and Knowledge Exchange released the National Behavioural Support Systems Project: Guiding Principles and Recommended Components.
hello my name is Susan and I and i ame a retired nurse Rn BscN . I have early alzhimers. my husband and i first noted that i was having trouble troubl spelling and I was nervis wheni was driving . we went to our doctor and were sent yo a spccialst and then to have a catskan whitch confirmend that I have a rare kind of alzhimers called PCA witch is at the back if the brain. it causes vission issuese.
At last! We’re proud to announce that CDRAKE can now record our events and share them with you - our CDRAKE Community - and truly, anyone interested in dementia care worldwide. Speaking of worldwide, HAPPY WORLD ALZHEIMER'S DAY! We hope you see this new feature as a great offering to the Canadian and International dementia communities across the world :)