My Tools 4 Care

My Tools 4 Care

My Tools 4 Care was developed to help you as a care partner as you care for a person with dementia. It is based on a research study and what other care partners have told us. My Tools 4 Care can be used as you wish, by you and those close to you. These activities will “save as you go” so you can come and go as you please.

My Tools 4 Care is divided into 5 sections:

  1. About Me (activities for you to engage in);
  2. Common Changes to Expect;
  3. Frequently Asked Questions;
  4. Resources;
  5. Important Health Information.

You may choose to use different sections depending on what you feel you need. There is no need to complete any of the activities if you don’t want to. It is up to you.

We hope that My Tools 4 Care will be of help to you. You may also consider accessing support groups and/or counsellors for further information and support.

If you want to save your progress please make sure to Join our Community and create an account to save your progress. Now go to the menu and choose any section to begin.

Please visit our acknowledgment page to view the people responsible for this toolkit.

What You Will Learn:
What you will learn:
  • My Goals as a Care Partner
  • Everyday Hope
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Important Health Information
Skills you'll gain:

Being a Care Partner


Understanding Dementia

15 of hours of videos
3 downloadable resources
22 articles/quizzes
Access on mobile
Certificate of completion
Session 1

About Me

Session 2

Common Changes to Expect

Session 3

Frequently Asked Questions

Session 4


Session 5

Important Health Information


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