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Dementia Resources from Around the World

  • Resource Type: Website
  • Posted On: September 26, 2016
  • Audience(s): Families and care partners, Residents

 

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The Centre for Education at Baycrest has created an online resource to lessen the complexity, confusion and challenge of locating reliable information about dementia for caregivers and those with concerns about dementia and memory loss.

Dementia Resources from Around the World  is now accessible online at http://www.baycrest.org/dementiaresources.

This webpage has a selection of the best available senior-friendly web resources on dementia. It is for individuals experiencing symptoms of the disorder and their caregivers.

The selected websites provide information on dementia including risk factors, sign and symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options, strategies to cope with daily life challenges, and available support groups. The information is available in multiple formats (i.e., video, PDF, pamphlets, games) to make it accessible to everyone. The websites included on the site were evaluated to ensure they provide reliable and valid information on dementia.

 

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