Alzheimer’s & Dementia

Web Site Memory or thinking problems beyond what might be expected at a certain age may be early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. There are an estimated 564,000 Canadians living with dementia. By 2031, this is expected to rise to 937,000, an increase of 66 per cent. With more and more people developing Alzheimer’s disease as

Stages of Alzheimer's and Symptoms

The Stages of Alzheimer’s and Their Symptoms

Watching someone you love—whether it’s a parent, a spouse, or an old friend—struggle with Alzheimer’s disease is never easy.  Once this irreversible condition takes hold, it progressively worsens as time passes. Symptoms of dementia, which can disrupt cognition, memory, and reasoning, are hallmarks of this disease. You can support your loved one by taking the

Alzheimer disease treatment

Alzheimer’s Treatment, Medications, and Care Explained

Although AD can’t be cured and there are currently no treatments which can stop the disease from progressing to its later stages, medication, therapy and lifestyle changes may help symptoms and improve quality of life. Alzheimer’s may begin slowly, ultimately causing irreversible changes in memory, reasoning, and other cognitive functions. People with AD may eventually

FAQ Alzheimer disease

Frequently Asked Questions About Alzheimer’s Disease

What is Alzheimer’s disease? Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a degenerative disorder that affects the brain. It destroys brain cells, breaking down neural connections and causing memory, behavior, and mental function to deteriorate. AD affects people in different ways. Sometimes, the disease progresses gradually, leaving major cognitive functions such as reasoning and memory intact for several

Dr. Sam Henein Interviewed in Local Newspaper for his Work with Alzheimer’s Disease

Approximately 550,000 Canadians suffer from the neurodegenerative disease known as Alzheimer’s Disease, which is also the cause of 60% to 70% of cases of dementia. This disease is associated with symptoms such as memory loss, difficulty performing simple tasks, disorientation of time and space, and even sudden changes in mood or personality. It is a

FAQ Alzheimer disease

Alzheimer’s Disease

An estimated 1.1 million Canadians are currently affected by dementia, both directly and indirectly. Whether you’ve experienced symptoms of dementia yourself or noticed them in a spouse, parent, friend, or grandparent, chances are you know someone who’s been affected. Use this comprehensive guide to understand hereditary risks, identify warning signs, and learn more about the