Archive | June, 2019

Experts Say Care in the Community Extends Living at Home for Seniors

Dr. Michael Rachlis, a public health physician says that with Centenarians being the fastest growing demographic, both the federal and provincial governments need to change the way they are approaching health care. To adapt to the country’s aging population, Dr. Rachlis believes there needs to be a system that provides the same subsidy funding and […]

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First-Ever Canadian Dementia Strategy Announced

On June 17th, 2019 Health Minister Ginette Petitpas released “A Dementia Strategy for Canada: Together We Aspire”, Canada’s first-ever national Dementia strategy. The plan is a significant milestone for people in Canada who are living with Dementia, their careproviders, and family members. For the first time ever, there is a national plan in place with […]

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The Five Best Ways to Help Prevent Dementia

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) latest report states that there are easy steps you can take earlier on in life that will help prevent Dementia. With Dementia becoming a rapidly growing health concern worldwide, the WHO is stressing the importance of taking simple measures to help combat the onset of the disease. “What is good […]

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