ABC's of dementia
By learning the ABC's of Dementia you can elp empower yourself with an early diagnosis and improve your ability to live well with dementia. bby Wolfe, Public Awareness Coordinator & Barb Ulmer, Dementia Helpline Coordinator of the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan will present on the warning signs of dementia and the services of the Alzheimer Society Sessions are being held in Melfort May 9th, Tisdale May 10th and Nipawin May 11th.
driving & dementia
The Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan presents Driving & Dementia, a FREE Education Evening on Tuesday,May 16 from 7-9 p.m. via Telehealth. To register, contact the KTHR Regional Telehealth Coordinator at 306-862-7256.
InfluEnza Immunization In KTHR
Vaccine is available free of charge to everyone over the age of six months through local Public Health office by appointment only. Some local pharmacists within the health region may provide the injectable vaccine to those nine years of age and older this flu season. Children under nine years of age presenting for their first flu shot will be required to receive two doses.
Please note, only injectable influenza vaccine will be offered at public flu clinics in Saskatchewan. The nasal spray influenza vaccine (FluMist®) will not be available this year.
Beyond vaccination, people can help protect themselves against influenza through frequent handwashing, coughing and sneezing into their sleeve, cleaning surfaces often and staying at home when sick. Those who experience respiratory problems should see a doctor.
For information on influenza, symptoms and self-care, call HealthLine 811 or visit