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Prairie Mountain Health Crisis Line South is dedicated to providing 24/7, free and confidential support and information by...


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The Klinic Crisis Line is intended to support individuals in a variety of situations, including in situations of crisis. ...


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Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority Crisis Line provides 24/7, free and confidential support over phone. We exist to...


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Prairie Mountain Health Crisis Line North is dedicated to providing 24/7, free and confidential support over phone. We support...


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Hope North Mobile Crisis Services is available to Northern Health Region youth, 17 years of age and under, in crisis related to...


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

Gradually losing your edge and having to adapt to your new reality could make you feel a range of different emotions. However, many people out there are going through the same thing. You can find free support in Manitoba, Canada from 5 hotlines if you’re struggling with:

  • Finding yourself repeating questions when you are asked something so that you can focus better
  • Confusion about time, mixing past with present events
  • Expressing your own thoughts may become more trying
  • Confusion about place, like getting confused about where you are at the moment
  • Wandering or getting lost in neighborhoods you know well
  • Being easily irritated regardless of knowing it’s nothing you would normally get upset about
  • Struggling with keeping up with the direction of a conversation
  • Having trouble with coordination and becoming clumsy

Dementia and Alzheimer’s could make you feel a range of emotions, from fear to disbelief or even peaceful acceptance. It is natural to feel all of that and to be apprehensive about what the future brings at times. It can be confusing to go through it alone.

You might feel the need to maintain your self-sufficiency as long as possible. Reaching out to volunteers from a helpline that supports with dementia and Alzheimer’s can help you cope with the diagnosis in a healthy and productive way.


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