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Meet Sharon

“I found out later that the Community Care Access office is in the same building as my doctor’s office in South Eastern Ontario. When I look back at this time, I find it so odd that not one of these people in the medical community referred me to Community Care Access....

Meet Dawn

“My sister is only 55 years old, physically fit, and younger than the large majority of people who are living with the disease. She’s really a minority. Everything in terms of Alzheimer’s care in our community is geriatric-focused. Because of her age, she’s even...

Meet Kim

“Trying to navigate the road to a long-term care home is very difficult. The process is kept deliberately vague. When I tried to get more information about when he would be admitted to long-term care or hospital, the most anyone could tell me was, ‘You’ll just know.’...

Meet Corene

“My mother has often said that she lost both her husband and herself. Her life became about her husband’s care. She couldn’t take part in her book club, walking group, or go out and spend time with her children or grand children. She was isolated by her role as a care...

Meet Dede

“It’s different when they’re older, in a way. For my husband to have dementia at age 62…it changes everything.” The first of the symptoms of her husband’s Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) seem more obvious in hindsight. Even before the diagnosis, he would prefer to...