This webpage provides a comprehensive overview for care partners to consider in regards to the nutrition and hydration needs of those with dementia.

This webpage provides tips on how to recognize the warning signs of frustration, how to calm yourself down, ways to reduce stress, tips for communication, how to learn to ask for help and advice for self-care.

This brochure is intended to assist caregivers assess their stress levels associated with their caregiving role.  It also provides information to assist in decision making and a checklist to assist in the evaluation of Long-term Care Home options.

This resource is intended to help families and caregivers understand and cope with ambiguous loss and grief, how to help those with dementia to cope with loss and grief and strategies for families and caregivers to stay connected to the person with dementia.

This brochure offers tips for visiting with someone who has Alzheimer’s disease, caring for caregivers as well as other important information for people to know.

This brochure by the Alzheimer Society of Canada provides 10 steps to people whose loved one has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

This handbook provides an introduction to dementia, information on caring for someone with dementia and for caring for yourself.

These free e-learning resources developed by the American Alzheimer Association provide helpful information for a variety of issues related to dementia care, such as early detection, dementia conversations, etc.

This free online course is offered by the University of Tasmania.  While not specifically designed for informal caregivers it is designed to be accessible to anyone with a general interest in dementia.  This is a 5 week online course which reviews the latest research into factors that may modify the risks of developing dementia.  In order to sign up for the next course you must sign up at