Living with Dementia
Matt & Maria share how their father's condition changed their perspectives on life and finding a new appreciation for what's really important.
Judy and her family's experience with dementia inspired Judy to volunteer her time and form yearly traditions
Cheryl and Lori's mother Ann lived with dementia. And they learned to use humour to help them cope.
Despite the diagnosis of young/early onset dementia, they still find ways to connect and maintain quality of life
Explore how becoming a caregiver changed John's life and how he learned to adapt
This devoted son and his mother experienced a dramatic change
The Calgary Flames sportscaster and Hockey Hall of Famer opens up about his mother
Sorayda shares how her grandmother's diagnosis devastated her, and what helped her the most
Donna talks about the pain her entire family felt and how they learned to find humour and appreciate small moments
Meet two inspirational local people who found a way to turn their experience into something positive and left behind a legacy in the process
Lois shares her mother's heartbreaking diagnosis and the struggle to provide her with the life she wanted
Tracy's journey with her mother's early onset dementia inspired her to get involved
Ashley talks about her grandfather's condition, the lessons she learned and the importance of seeking support early on
Ruth shares the story of her husband John's diagnosis, and how taking care of herself is a vital part of being a wife, mother, and grandmother.
In her own words, Samantha tells us about her experience - at just 28 years old - as primary caregiver for her 57-year-old mother, who is battling Alzheimer's disease.
Angela discusses how she's come to find meaning in sharing with others her husband's journey with young onset dementia.
Danny discusses how his family life has changed since Janet's condition has progressed. Thanks to the support from the Alzheimer Society of Calgary, he was connected with quality resources and people who genuinely understand.