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Dementia Support
at Reitman Centre

The Reitman Centre is a recognized leader in caring for the caregivers of people living with dementia. We provide comprehensive services and support that benefit caregivers and their family members with dementia, as well as health professionals caring for people with dementia.

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Individuals diagnosed with Dementia experience changes in their memory, thinking and behaviour which over time can affect all aspects of their daily lives.

The Cyril & Dorothy, Joel & Jill Reitman Centre for Alzheimer’s Support and Training provides comprehensive services and support that will benefit carers and their family members with dementia as well as health professionals caring for people with dementia.

Caregivers and Family Members caring for someone Dementia

For Caregivers and Family Members caring for someone Dementia

Health Professionals caring for someone with Dementia

For Health Professionals caring for someone with Dementia

Talking Dementia Caregivers Blog

NEWS: Enhancing Care for Ontario Dementia Care Partners Program

The Cyril & Dorothy, Joel & Jill Reitman Centre for Alzheimer’s Support and Training, in close collaboration with Alzheimer Societies across Ontario are providing in-person and online programs for people caring for family members or friends living with dementia. Visit our new website at www.dementiacarers.ca to learn more about our programs.



TALKING DEMENTIA BLOG: Cooking and dementia: challenges, concerns and strategies from the caregivers’ perspective

Food, sharing meals, and cooking is a central part of all of our lives. Cooking daily meals is often an essential part of someone’s independence, but many people who have dementia struggle with cooking. Difficulties with cooking will come on gradually and may be inconsistent. It can be difficult for both the individual with dementia and their family to know when and how help is needed. Our latest blog post explores ways to practically navigate this difficult transition.