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Advice For Caregivers

Helping an aging parent may surface various emotions—some that can be enjoyable and rewarding, and others that can be painful or difficult ... Continue Reading >
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Discovering that you and your siblings have very different perspectives about your parents’ situation may be one of the most surprising—and ... Continue Reading >
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Hi, I’m Dr. Amy D’Aprix. I’m a gerontological social worker with over thirty years of experience working with, and on behalf of, older ... Continue Reading >
About eight million Canadians provide care to family members or friends with a long-term health condition, a disability or problems ... Continue Reading >
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Retirement is an exciting new chapter in your parent’s life, full of opportunities to explore their passions, form new relationships and ... Continue Reading >
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Supporting an aging parent when you live far away can feel like a challenge. You want to be there for your parents, but not being in the ... Continue Reading >
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The ability to drive represents independence and personal autonomy – you can go wherever you want, whenever you want. For this reason, ... Continue Reading >
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Making the transition to a retirement residence may seem like a big step to your loved one at first, but there are plenty of ways you can ... Continue Reading >
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