As in anything that matters, it is crucial to choose wisely regarding Dementia Training. Our trained staff has received extensive medical and psychiatric training (this combined training usually spans almost 3 years).


  • Training for staff at your home or by zoom or other locations.
  • We provide daily and weekly training on days, evenings, or weekends.
  • Specific packages offer discounts.
  • Training on Communicating with someone with Dementia, approaches, and behaviours.
  • We follow all the Ministry of Health Guidelines and Legislation.
  • We comply with all (RHRA) Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority.
  • The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long term care.
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  • Become certified to deliver the training, care, and skills with a Positive approach to care.



  • We provide Palliative care training and help families cope with a new diagnosis.
  • We help families dealing with a family member that is Palliative.
  • To Help Seniors Remain Happy & Healthy in Their Own Homes.
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  • What is dementia, and how can you help?
  • We provide training in coaching and consulting, and staff is provided with a Certificate.
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As more and more people are affected by dementia, the need for dementia care becomes even more pressing. Dementia is a complex condition that requires a comprehensive approach. It’s essential to provide the right combination of physical, emotional, social, and therapeutic care to support those affected. This can include helping with activities of daily living, providing emotional support, engaging in meaningful conversations, and encouraging social interaction. It’s also essential to create a safe and secure environment to help manage the symptoms of dementia.


This could involve adapting to the home environment, providing support in managing finances, and helping with medical appointments. A good dementia care package should also include activities and therapies to help keep the mind active, such as art therapy, puzzles, and conversation groups. Finally, it is essential to provide a sense of continuity and consistency by having the same caregivers, if possible, and providing activities that the person can look forward to. With the proper care and support, those affected by dementia can live meaningful, independent lives.