Living With Dementia is a program in partnership with Mount Sinai Hospital Reitman Centre. It will help you , a family member caregiver, learn ways to care and cope with this major transition you are facing in your life moving from child or spouse to caregiver.
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Hear from a recent Living With Dementia program participant :
I would like to express my appreciation to you for the delivery of such a high quality course to caregivers on “Living with Dementia”.
Your Thursday afternoon format provided us with the opportunity to think, question and challenge ourselves in the daily handling of the many issues which have suddenly been thrust upon us.
You really made us question many of our automatic responses with thoughtful and better methods. You allowed us to change and observe the changes in others. And the group has slowly coalescesced into a wonderful support group where sharing information, resources and friendship have become so helpful in navigating the health care system on a daily basis.
You certainly have contributed to the improved quality of life of the caregivers of our group.
Living With Dementia: Stories
Holy Blossom Temple has come together with Mount Sinai Hospital and the Miles Nadal JCC to help families who have a loved one experiencing dementia. Living with Dementia: Caring and Coping is a free learning and support Program offered at the Miles Nadal JCC ( Bloor and Spadina) for family member caregivers and their loved... Read more »
Living With Dementia Learning and Support Program Registration Starts February 23, 2015 Space is Limited Holy Blossom Temple is gearing up to offer its Spring 2015 Living With Dementia program, in partnership with Mount Sinai Hospital’s Reitman Centre. Alzheimer’s disease is often called a family disease, because the stress of watching a loved one slowly... Read more »
TORONTO — Holy Blossom Temple will once again offer its Living With Dementia program co-led by three Holy Blossom Temple members, as appearing in the photo – Esther Zeller, Sandy Atlin and Gerri Richman. The 3 components of the program ‘Living with Dementia’ are: Therapeutic based learning and support for family members who have loved ones suffering... Read more »