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The Merits of Moving Around
My office has a sensor that turns the overhead light on and off if it senses movement or lack... Keep Reading
ComForCare Goes Beyond Just Home Care
We like to go beyond basic care needs and make sure that each client is receiving specialized services that help them go from just living to living their best life possible. We have many partnerships in place to enhance our services Keep Reading
Benefits of the Arts: Ideas of How to Incorporate the Arts Into the Lives of Older Adults
There is growing research that engaging with the arts can improve health – both mental and physical. Here are some ideas on how to incorporate the arts into everyday life. Keep Reading
Things to Consider When Planning a Family Meeting
When an aging loved one’s health, safety or well-being becomes a concern, family members often need to come together to figure out short- and long-term care solutions. Family meetings can be a helpful tool in the care planning process. Before rallying the troops, here are some things to consider. Keep Reading
How Exercise Can Help Your Heart, No Matter Your Age
If you want to start a new exercise routine but have reservations because you’ve suffered from a heart attack or have been diagnosed with a cardiovascular disease, there is good news. A new study shows that the benefits of routine exercise can help with heart health at any age. Keep Reading
Helping a Person With Dementia Live at Home Longer
According to CARP, most Canadian seniors want to remain in their own homes for as long as possible. Under the right conditions, people living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia can stay at home until the end of life, enjoying the peace and comfort of familiar surroundings. Keep Reading
Safety Tips for New Walker Users
Walkers can help older adults and those with disabilities remain independent and safe by providing stability and assurance. If not used properly, though, walkers and other assistive walking devices (also called durable medical equipment/DME) can cause the accidents they were meant to prevent. It’s crucial to select a walker suited to your needs, learn how to use it correctly and maintain the equipment's integrity.* Keep Reading
Fluzone for Seniors - How Is It Different?
As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder it can only mean one thing, flu season is here once again. To avoid getting sick, you might bundle up before going outside or wash your hands before eating. Additionally, it may be a good idea to look into getting a flu shot as well.* The statement rings especially true for anyone over the age of 65 as the flu can be harder to fight off as we age. Luckily, for anyone 65 and older, a new drug called Fluzone could help ward off the flu this season. Keep Reading
Noticing Changes in Your Loved Ones After the Holidays
The whirl of the holiday season is behind us, and while you’re left with happy memories, you... Keep Reading
What to Look for When Visiting Older Adults During the Holidays
For many families, the holidays are the only time they spend face-to-face. While phone calls and... Keep Reading
Hacks for Family Caregivers During Hectic Holidays
By Haley Kotwicki, content specialist   It’s my mom and my new tradition to watch... Keep Reading
The Health Benefits of Gratitude
By Steve Toll, care enhancement specialist  The winter holidays are fast approaching and I... Keep Reading
5 Questions to Ask a Home Care Agency
If you’re researching home care agencies for an older patient or a family caregiver who needs... Keep Reading
Autumn Activities for Older Adults and Their Families
Autumn in Canada brings chilly breezes and the fiery colours of the changing leaves. And, though we... Keep Reading
Medication Safety and Dementia Care
Canadian seniors who were prescribed 10 to 14 drug classes (types of medication) were over five... Keep Reading
Older Adults and Falls: A Serious But Preventable Concern
Anyone can fall. But as we age, our risk of falling increases. This can be attributed to a variety... Keep Reading
5 Reasons to Choose In-Home Care
Whether you’re planning your own long-term care or helping care for a loved one, there are... Keep Reading

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