Living with dementia

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Receiving a diagnosis

Receiving a diagnosis of dementia can be a difficult and overwhelming experience for you and your family. For some, it may also bring a sense of relief at finally being able to put a name to the symptoms they have been experiencing.

Nevertheless, it can be hard to know what to do first; you will likely have a lot of questions. Getting the information and support you need can help you take charge.

 telling-others           Resources 
             
Telling others
          Learning about dementia
Learn more about sharing your diagnosis with others.
          Find out more about the different types of dementia.
             
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Common reactions and feelings
          Connect with the Alzheimer Society of B.C.
You are not alone. Read others’ reactions to hearing their diagnosis.           The Society offers support and education throughout the province.  

Last Updated: 09/11/17
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