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Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias - Erie St Clair

Dementia is the loss of intellectual functions, such as thinking, remembering and reasoning, impacting upon a person's daily functioning.  It is not a disease in itself, but rather a group of symptoms that may accompany certain diseases or other conditions. Some of the better-known types of dementia include Alzheimer's, vascular, frontotemporal and Lewy Body dementia. These terms may also be referred to by their new clinical grouping ‘neurocognitive disorders’.

Support, education and relief for caregivers become essential to optimize care for people living with dementia. Services are available that offer information, support and respite care.

Some of the better known diseases that produce dementia include Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, Huntington's disease and Parkinson's disease.

Relief for the caregiver becomes essential when individuals with dementia are unable to care for themselves. Services are available that offer information, support and respite care.

See also Adult Day Programs and Residential Care for People with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias.

These services serve all or part of Erie St Clair
Alzheimer Society of Chatham-Kent  
36 Memory Lane, Chatham, ON  N7L 5M8
519-352-1043 Add to Clipboard
Alzheimer Society of Sarnia - Lambton  
Chris Dawson Centre, 420 East St N, Sarnia, ON  N7T 6Y5
519-332-4444 Add to Clipboard
Alzheimer Society of Windsor/Essex County  
2135 Richmond St, Windsor, ON  N8Y 0A1
519-974-2220 Add to Clipboard
Grand Bend Area Community Health Centre - Community Support and Social Programs  
69 Main St E, Grand Bend, ON  N0M 1T0
Low Vision Clinic and Sunset Cinema: 519-238-1156 ext 231
Parkinson's Support Group: 519-238-1156 ext 241
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These services are located outside of Erie St Clair, but provide service to Erie St Clair.
Alzheimer Society of Ontario  
20 Eglinton Ave W, 16th Fl, Toronto, ON  M4R 1K8
416-967-5900 Add to Clipboard

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