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Youth Crisis Line provides 24/7, free and confidential support by phone, text message (SMS) and online chat. We support youth...


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Vancouver Island Crisis Line offers 24/7, free and confidential support and information by phone, text message (SMS) and online...


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Crisis Centre of BC is dedicated to providing 24/7, free and confidential support over phone and online chat. We are here to...


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Crisis Centre Distress Youth Chat provides 24/7, free, compassionate and confidential support by online chat. We support youth...


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Crisis Centre Distress Phone Service Senior's Distress provides 24/7, free, compassionate and confidential support by phone. We...


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Struggling to cope with dementia and Alzheimer's? Hotline support is available in British Columbia, Canada

If you’re in British Columbia, Canada and you’re experiencing a loss in your thinking capacities, you can get free support from 15 hotlines. Developing dementia and Alzheimer's can be a scary and life-changing experience. These are some of the common symptoms of the disease:

  • Being easily irritated regardless of knowing it’s nothing you would normally get upset about
  • Taking longer to complete tasks you perform regularly
  • Finding yourself repeating questions when you are asked something so that you can focus better
  • Having a hard time finding the right word
  • Sudden changes in mood, agitation
  • Confusion about place, like getting confused about where you are at the moment
  • Wandering or getting lost in neighborhoods you know well
  • You become paranoid and feel like everyone is working against you

Dementia and Alzheimer’s could leave you confused and scared. You might have many questions about what your future might look like. This is perfectly understandable. The symptoms you have been experiencing seem to be changing your life and yourself.

Receiving the diagnosis of dementia and Alzheimer’s can be a life-changing experience. Trying to figure it out on your own might be extremely challenging. Consider reaching out to people in British Columbia, Canada who understand to help you cope better.


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