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Cognitive health and dementia

Cognitive decline and dementia impact the lives of many older Canadians and their families. Family caregivers provide the vast majority of day-to-day care for people living with dementia. Learn what the latest research says about early diagnosis, treatment, how to promote brain health and strategies for caregivers to manage their own health and well-being and that of the persons they care for.

What does drawing clocks have to do with driving cars? Tests of cognitive skills that can flag older drivers who may be unsafe behind the wheel
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The sound of music: promoting the social well-being of older adults with dementia and their caregivers
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Not as sharp as you used to be? Exercises for your brain might help keep it fit
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Alzheimer's and dementia

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Memory and cognition

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