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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
Sleep Can Help You Be a Better Caregiver
Being a caregiver has many demands – both physically and emotionally. In addition to the responsibilities of caregiving, you may deal with work deadlines, social isolation, financial issues and/or medical conditions. Keep Reading
To My Caregiver: What I Want to Tell You
Every day at 5 a.m., I hear you wake up across the hall, unraveling yourself from the bed covers. You walk quietly to the kitchen as not to disturb me, so I can continue to sleep. You brew the coffee for us, count out my pills for the morning and set everything on my breakfast tray. As you enter my room, you call my name sweetly, “Mom?” I open my eyes to see a fatigued but smiling woman. You help me sit up in bed, guide my hand so I can drink and place my medications on my tongue. You help me bathe and dress. You lift me into my wheelchair and comb my hair, parted the way you know I like. Then, you hustle to get yourself ready for the day: work deadlines, PTA meetings, etc. 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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