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People often find that one of the greatest benefits of being in a couple is having someone with whom to dream about the future and to think ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Seniors
Are you and your spouse finding it difficult to get on the same page when it comes to your housing situation as you age? Let me share a ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Seniors
Unclear about the differences between retirement residences and long term care homes? You’re not alone. Many people use the terms ... Continue Reading >
We all want to make our own choices, maintain control over our life, and have independence as we age. So if this is feasible, how do we ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers
Excerpt: It’s important to challenge a common stigma, which assumes people living with Alzheimer’s disease can’t enjoy quality of life ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Health and Wellness
Is your loved one considering retirement living? Before going on a personal visit at a Chartwell retirement community—the very best way to ... Continue Reading >
Excerpt: Nearly 30% of Canadians provide informal, unpaid care, and those between 45 and 64 provide 75% of informal care for older ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers
Let me tell you a story. Alyssa* was 25 years old when her grandmother, Margie, started to need some help with household tasks. Over the ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers
In our society, it’s common to congratulate people for staying in their own home as they grow older. People will say things such as, “Good ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Seniors
Are you a family caregiver who is devoted to caring for your parent? It is admirable to be dedicated to providing excellent care for an ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers
I’d like to start off by providing you with a situation that one of my clients is experiencing with her aging parent. Diane* walked in to ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers

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