In Richmond Hill, dementia-tailored worship ‘stirs the soul’

By Tali Folkins June 26, 2018 Ron Wilson, right, leads a dementia-friendly service in the chapel of St. Mary’s Anglican Church, Richmond Hill, Ont. Photo: Contributed   A small Toronto-area not-for-profit is partnering with an Anglican church to provide worship services tailored to people suffering from dementia. Since December 2017, Memory Lane Home Living, an … Continue reading “In Richmond Hill, dementia-tailored worship ‘stirs the soul’”

Churches should be more dementia-friendly, Anglican expert says

By Tali Folkins January 15, 2018   It’s estimated that nearly 10% of Canadians over 65 have some form of dementia. Photo: Ocskay Mark/Shutterstock   As Canadians age, people with dementia are becoming increasingly common in  congregations—and there’s more that can be done to make churches welcoming to them, an Anglican authority on aging says. … Continue reading “Churches should be more dementia-friendly, Anglican expert says”