Alzheimer's Disease Care

Our trained caregivers are experienced in providing care to elderly with Alzheimer's

What is it?

Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia. It is characterized by the progressive and irreversible loss of brain function affecting memory, thinking and cognitive function.

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The number of seniors in Canada with Alzheimer's disease is expected to rise by 68% over the next 20 years

Early warning signs

Early warning signs

Impact on Quality of Life

Alzheimer's disease substantially alters the lives of those affected. In earlier stages, they will experience troubles with everyday tasks - in later stages, people lose the ability to communicate and can no longer recognize family. This condition takes away one's ability to function independently and live a "normal" life.

Impact on Quality of Life

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