What Are the Benefits of Home Healthcare Services?

October 5, 2017

If you have an aging loved one who is recovering from an illness, or who has dementia or Alzheimer’s, home care services in Toronto are a great option for you. There are many benefits of home healthcare services; as you consider long-term care option for your relative, here are some of the benefits that you

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Five of the Earliest Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

September 29, 2017

When most people think about Alzheimer’s disease, the first symptom that comes to mind deals with memory problems. However, the earliest signs of Alzheimer’s involve much more than forgetfulness and misplaced memories. It is very important to be aware of what these surprising symptoms are, so that you can take quick action to get educated

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Caring for a Loved One Who Has Dementia

September 21, 2017

Caring for a loved one with dementia can be a real challenge if you are unprepared. That’s why home healthcare for seniors in Toronto is a reliable solution. Professionals at these companies know all there is to know about caring for patients with the illness, and making sure they are as comfortable and safe as

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Elderly Care Tips: Thanksgiving Safety for Seniors

September 15, 2017

Preparing for the holidays is an exciting time for the family, including senior relatives. To make sure you and your family have a fun holiday, it’s important to pay attention to these Thanksgiving safety tips for seniors. Simple changes you make around the home will prevent any accidents, ensure that no one gets hurt, and

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Toronto’s Advocacy Centre for the Elderly offers tips to prevent abuse

February 21, 2017

Longtime Toronto advocate offers insights to Etobicoke women’s group CFUW Etobicoke’s Valentine’s breakfast Dan Pearce/Metroland Lawyer Judith Wahl, past executive director of Advocacy Centre for the Elderly, (right) with Canadian Federation of University Women, Etobicoke president Halina Ostrovski, past president Gail Rutherford and Ernestine’s Women’s Shelter’s Kathleen O’Gorman at CFUW Etobicoke’s Stop the Violence Valentine’s

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How delirium can be different than dementia: Caregiver SOS

February 21, 2017

Delirium can happen to those who suffer from dementia, but it can also indicate other medical issues. By NIRA RITTENBERGSpecial to the Star Mon., Feb. 13, 2017 My mom has mild memory problems and got the flu. We ended up at the emergency room, really sick and they called her delirious. Scared The word “delirious”

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Elderly care in question

February 21, 2017

Elderly abuse cases drastically underreported: police Only one in 20 elderly abuse cases reported, according to new data By Tina Adamopoulos on February 5th, 2017. Elder abuse is drastically underreported. And this is not new. Only one in 20 elderly abuses are reported, according to new data released by Toronto Police. “The number doesn’t surprise me — the elderly

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