Care and support - Resources

Below is a collection of additional resources for each of the topic areas in the care and support section of the website. Each of these resources has been evaluated for you and is considered relevant, readable and reliable (top 25% of over 500 resources we have reviewed).

Safety

Alzheimer Society of Canada. (2001). Shared experiences: suggestions for those with alzheimer disease. Toronto, Canada: Alzheimer Society of Canada. 

Alzheimer Society of Canada. (2006). MedicAlert® Safely Home®: Alzheimer Wandering Registry. Toronto Ontario: Alzheimer Society of Canada. 

Alzheimer Society of Canada. (2019). Driving and transportation.

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. (2008). At home with Alzheimer's disease: Useful adaptations to the home environment. Ottawa, Ontario: CMHC/SCHL.

DriveAble. (n.d.). Driving skills can change. Ontario, Canada: DriveAble. 

Government of South Australia. (2008). Dementia: Safety in the home. South Australia. Department for Families and Communities. 

Hartford Financial Services Group. (2009). At the crossroads: Family conversations about alzheimer's disease, dementia and driving. Hartford, CT; The Hartford Financial Services Group. 

Public Health Agency of Canada. (2019). You can prevent falls!

National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly. (2010). Indicators of abuse. Canada: New Horizons for Seniors Program Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.

Community support and services

Alzheimer Society of Canada. (2019). First link® Program. Toronto, Canada: Alzheimer Society of Canada.

Queen’s Printer for Ontario. (2019). Local Health Integrated Networks.

Government of Canada. (2019). Disability benefits.

Housing options

Alzheimer Society of Canada. (2001). Shared experiences: suggestions for those with alzheimer disease. Toronto, Canada: Alzheimer Society of Canada.  

Queen’s Printer for Ontario. (2019). Local Health Integrated Networks.

Ontario Long Term Care Association. (2019). Home locator

Ontario Retirement Communities Association. (2019). Find a home.

Queen’s Printer for Ontario. (2019). Local Health Integrated Networks.

Queen’s Printer for Ontario. (2019). Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

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