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Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service- Mobile Crisis Service offers 24/7, free and confidential support and information by...


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Crisis Suicide Helpline offers 24/7, free and confidential support and information over phone. We help everyone in...


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Southwest Crisis Helpline welcomes calls from anyone in need of support, regardless of gender or age. Our staff are available...


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Reach out to a hotline in Saskatchewan, Canada for support with dementia and Alzheimer's

If you’re in Saskatchewan, Canada and you’re experiencing a loss in your thinking capacities, you can get free support from 6 hotlines. Developing dementia and Alzheimer's can be a scary and life-changing experience. These are some of the common symptoms of the disease:

  • You become paranoid and feel like everyone is working against you
  • Diminishing interest in things you used to enjoy
  • Losing balance and falling easily
  • Taking longer to complete tasks you perform regularly
  • Finding yourself repeating questions when you are asked something so that you can focus better
  • Difficulties concentrating on reading or writing
  • Feeling depressed and pessimistic for no obvious reason
  • Being confused and uncertain about what is happening

Although everyone responds to the occurrence of dementia and Alzheimer’s differently, most people manage the condition very well. You might, however, also experience episodes of fear and pessimism. These are natural responses to the changes occurring.

Coping with dementia and Alzheimer’s is a highly personal experience. It might feel easier to isolate yourself. However, research has revealed that people who reach out in times like these are more likely to find a positive meaning in this experience.


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