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  • Is it Time for Your Senior to Get Home Care Help?

    These days, many elders prefer to live in their own home and do things for themselves. Unfortunately, circumstances change slowly over time so that they are not even aware that they have become unable to take care of themselves as they use to. Family members find themselves spending more time ...
  • The Toronto Home Care Digest for September 27, 2013

    Get the latest home health care tips, news, and updates! FROM OUR BLOG... 6 Steps to Develop a Nursing Care Plan for Dementia After a diagnosis of dementia, whether it's Alzheimer's disease, frontal lobe dementia, lewy body dementia, or another type, it's normal to feel angry, depressed, scared, and ...
  • 6 Steps to Develop a Nursing Care Plan for Dementia

    After a diagnosis of dementia, whether it's Alzheimer's disease, frontal lobe dementia, lewy body dementia, or another type, it's normal to feel angry, depressed, scared, and confused. It's a difficult disease to cope with and manage. However, developing a care plan for dementia can not only help ...
  • 6 Tips to Improve Your Health and Life After a Heart Attack

    At the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2011 in Vancouver, British Columbia, noted cardiologist Dr. Clyde Yancy stated that Canadians who make simple lifestyle changes can add at least a decade of healthy years to their lifespan. Here are some of most important changes you can make. Get Active ...
  • Making Healthy Long-Term Care and Lifestyle Changes After a Health Crisis

    If you have ever suffered a major health crisis, you most likely have experienced at some point having to absorb so much new information that you don’t remember any of it. Health providers don’t take into consideration all the factors involved in helping someone move forward after such a crisis. One ...
  • Ontario Health Care Boasts the Lowest Wait Times in the Country

    No one should have to wait for health care. For our senior loved ones, waiting for Ontario health services can mean the difference between full recovery or not. There is good news, though, for Ontarians. A Quick Definition of Canada's Wait Times The Wait Time Alliance (WTA) offers a vague definition ...
  • The Toronto Home Care Digest for September 20, 2013

    Get the latest home health care tips, news, and updates! FROM OUR BLOG... 10 Ways to Reduce Night Fright in Seniors with Dementia An estimated 747,000 Canadians 65 years and older have dementia or impaired cognition. After 65, the risk of developing dementia doubles every five years. 7 Tips to ...
  • 7 Tips to Finding Local Family Caregiver Support

    For many family caregivers, caring for an aging parent or spouse is the toughest job we love to do. Yet while we live through the lifestyle changes of our loved ones, we often lose sight of our own changes. It may take our falling ill, repeatedly missing work, or a concerned friend to tell us we ...
  • Starting the Conversation: End-of-Life Planning, Part II

    Advanced Care Planning is the process of discussing your options and sharing your decisions about how you want to be treated at the end of your life should you not be able to speak for yourself. It also allows you the ability to choose a person or persons to speak on your behalf should you be unable ...
  • Starting the Conversation: End-of-Life Planning, Part I

    Many people fear that if you talk about death or difficult topics, the subject may become a reality. In fact, this can be the most powerful time in a person’s life and in that of their loved ones; a time for life review, conflict resolution, decision making and a time to say goodbye. Why We Need to ...
  • The Toronto Home Care Digest for September 13, 2013

    Get the latest home health care tips, news, and updates! FROM OUR BLOG... 20 Home Care Tips to Combat20 home Senior Depression According to the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), 20% of seniors living alone in our communities experience depression. Consult your loved one's health care ...
  • Get the Right Care: Home Health Care vs. Non-Medical Home Care

    Home care choices for seniors abound. However, not all home services are the same. You and your loved one may be confused about your choices and are left to wonder: Which home care services do I need for myself or my loved one? The needs of our loved ones are unique, so different types of home ...
  • 20 Home Care Tips to Combat Senior Depression

    Family caregivers may easily mistake our loved one's mood swings as a normal part of aging. We may also mistake their grumpiness as part of their personality, especially when they experience lifestyle changes, like no longer driving or adjusting to new senior home care. The truth is that our loved ...
  • The Toronto Home Care Digest for September 6, 2013

    Get the latest home health care tips, news, and updates! FROM OUR BLOG... 15 Signs Their Memory Loss Could Be Alzheimer's Disease Not remembering the little things is a normal part of aging. What isn't normal is when forgetting becomes an everyday occurrence or when losing things turns into ...