Scroll Down Scroll Up
HOME K Dementia Resources for the Chinese Commmunity

Your way forward together

本网页以简体中文、繁体中文、英文和法文为脑退化症患者及其照顾者提供了资源。仅仅进行信息的直译而不考虑文化差异是不够的。因此,为了确保文化相关性和适当性,这些资源是与加拿大华裔社区的照顾者和服务提供者共同开发的。

本頁為腦退化症患者及其照顧者提供繁體中文、簡體中文、英語和法語資源。直接翻譯資訊而不考慮文化差異並不足夠。因此,我們與加拿大華人社區的照顧者和服務人員一起開發這些資源,以確保它們在文化方面相關和適當。

This page provides resources for people living with dementia and their caregivers in Simplified and Traditional Chinese, and English. Directly translating information, without considering cultural differences, is not sufficient. Therefore, these resources were developed together with caregivers and service providers from the Chinese community within Canada to ensure they are culturally relevant and appropriate.

这些资源是在翻译机构的支持下翻译的。尽管这些资源的编撰已有说普通话的照顾者的贡献,但语言是复杂的,术语和短语可能会因地区和方言而不同。我们欢迎任何反馈意见,以便对翻译的资源进行改进。请发送电子邮件至forwardwithdementia@the-ria.ca。  请注意,在所有资源中,我们使用术语“脑退化症”来指代“dementia”。参与资源编写的照顾者解释说,虽然“失智症”这个词可能更常用,但它带有负面含义。“积极面对脑退化”项目的目标是减少污名并分享这一信息:纵然脑退化,仍可以好好生活。 当说到支持脑退化症患者的家庭成员、朋友或其他人时,我们也使用“照顾者”一词。“积极面对脑退化”项目承认,有些人更喜欢“照料伙伴”这个词,因为它体现了脑退化症患者可以积极参与到自己的护理中。然而,参与开发这些资源的照顾者解释说,“照料伙伴”一词可能翻译效果不佳,或者可能在他们的社区内不常用。

這些資源是在翻譯服務機構的支持下完成了翻譯。雖然說繁體中文的照顧者為這些資源的開發做出了貢獻,但語言很複雜,術語和短語可能因地區和方言而異。我們歡迎任何回饋意見,從而改善我們的翻譯資源。請發送電子郵件至 forwardwithdementia@the-ria.ca。  請注意,在所有資源中,我們使用「腦退化症」一詞來指稱失智症。為這些資源做出貢獻的照顧者解釋說,雖然「失智症」這個詞可能更常見,但它帶有負面含義。「積極面對腦退化」的目標是減少污名,並分享腦退化症患者好好生活的資訊。 當我們提到支持腦退化症患者的家人、朋友或其他人時,我們也會使用「照顧者」一詞。「積極面對腦退化」承認,有些人更喜歡「照顧夥伴」一詞,因為它表明腦退化症患者可以積極參與對自己的照護。然而,為這些資源做出貢獻的照顧者解釋說,「照顧夥伴」一詞可能翻譯得不好,或者在他們的社區內可能不常用。

These resources were translated with support from a translation service. While caregivers who speak Simplified/Traditional Chinese contributed to the development of these resources, language is complex and terms and phrases may differ based on region and dialect. We welcome any feedback to improve our translated resources. Please email forwardwithdementia@the-ria.ca. Please note that throughout the resources we use the term “caregivers” when referring to family members, friends, or others who support a person living with dementia. Forward with Dementia acknowledges that some prefer the term “care partner” as it captures that people living with dementia can be actively involved in their own care. However, caregivers that contributed to these resources explained that the term “care partner” may not translate well or may not be commonly used within their community.