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Misplacing Or Losing Items

In Ageless Living, Care Facility, Dementia/Alzheimer's Disease, Healthcare, Healthcare Trials, Hospitals, Identifinder, Wellness by Ashley Evans0 Comments

Originally posted on DementiaGuide Misplacing or losing objects can cause feelings of anxiety and frustration for both the person with Alzheimer’s disease and those who care for them. It can be especially troublesome when associated with suspiciousness. Sometimes, the person may continuously and compulsively search for an item which they believe to be missing, which may not even exist. Understanding …

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Identifinder Partnership with St. Michael’s Health Group

In Ageless Living, Care Facility, Healthcare, Healthcare Trials, Identifinder, Wireless Technology by Ashley Evans0 Comments

St. Michael’s Health Group began a trial with our product, the IdentifinderTM, six-months ago in Edmonton, Alberta. After a successful six-month trial period, excitement over the results and projected future of the product, St. Michael’s Health Group and IdentifinerTM decided to merge their aligning visions and values to work together in bringing this life-changing product into care-facilities nation and worldwide. …

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ACCA IQ 2017 Conference

In Ageless Living, Care Facility, Healthcare, Healthcare Trials, Hospitals, Identifinder, Nutrition, Wireless Technology by Ashley Evans0 Comments

We are proud to be partnering with St. Michael’s Health Group at the 2017 ACCA IQ Conference! The team at IdentifinderTM is proud to be partnering with St. Michael’s Health Group at the esteemed The Alberta Continuing Care Association’s IQ 2017 Conference, A World of Caring! September 27 & 28, 2017. The ACCA has been showcasing this moving conference of …

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The Birthplace of the Identifinder

In Healthcare Trials, Identifinder, Wireless Technology by Ashley Evans0 Comments

Six years ago, Alicia Hammond*, 67, of Calgary, Alberta, was handed an assorted bag full of old dentures that had been lost at a local seniors care facility where her elderly mother lived. Hammond was hoping to find a pair belonging to her mother, Frances Devlin*, an 87-year-old woman who suffered from Dementia. Devlin had lost her dentures within the …