Hello CNAP Visitors : 'Alive Inside' is a documentary movie (on music and the brain). Showing at the Bloor Cinema from July 25 to July 31.
Alive Inside follows Dan Cohen, a social worker who decides on a whim to bring iPods to a nursing home. To his and the staff’s surprise many residents suffering from memory loss seem to awaken deeply locked memories when they listen to music from their past. With great excitement, Dan turns to renowned neurologist Dr. Oliver Sacks, and together they investigate the mysterious way music functions inside our brains and our lives. Alive Inside focuses on one man’s journey, but also questions what it takes to re-start a life that has faded away.
The Alzheimer Society of Toronto will participate in Q&As on Tuesday, July 29, at 4:15 p.m., and Wednesday, July 30, at 4:00 p.m.
Co-presented by the Alzheimer Society of Toronto.
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WoodGreen Community Services has created a fall prevention framework for in-home care for seniors that they would like to share with seniors and their caregivers. Click here.
This "Step Ahead" module provides information about the factors that impact the risk for falling in older adults and concrete ideas on how to prevent them. Personal support workers and others who work directly with seniors will find it of especial interest. Click here.
Putting patients and loved ones at the centre of almost everything the hospital does: http://www.cbc.ca/whitecoat/episode/2013/09/20/turning-patients-into-health-care-partners/
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