If you are living with dementia or supporting someone who is, you may be experiencing a ‘roller coaster’ of emotions. Some days are so good you tend to forget about the dementia altogether. Other days, the smallest thing can send you to tears. Still other days you might feel a nagging sadness that you just can’t shake – even though nothing particularly sad has happened recently.
This ‘roller coaster’ can be related to the ups and downs of feeling grief – yes, a similar kind of grief that we feel when we lose someone dear to us.
Still time to get a 2013 tax receipt and get the first-time donor’s super credit!
The end of the year is upon us, with only 2 days left to donate to the Alzheimer Society and receive a 2013 tax receipt. Because of generous supporters across the country, we are able to search every day for a cure for dementia and support those affected by this disease.
Quality of life research takes centre stage at the 2013 Canadian Conference on Dementia
Earlier this October, 480 attendees gathered at the Weston Bayshore Hotel in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia for the 7th Canadian Conference on Dementia. Dynamic speakers from Canada and the US known throughout the world were featured in 11 plenary sessions, 4 groups of 3 parallel sessions and 11 concurrent workshops over the 3 days; as well as 6 new and notable oral presentations from young investigators and 55 poster presentations which graced the upper halls of the hotel. Day 1…