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23 Results for Search: Supporting Aging Parents

Caregiving for an aging parent can have many rewards and many difficulties. Today, we are more open about talking about our caregiving ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers
Excerpt: A hug, pat on the shoulder and other forms of physical touch offer many health benefits, especially for seniors, who often get ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Health and Wellness
Excerpt: Flu prevention is especially important for older adults because their immune systems weaken with age and they’re at greater risk ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Health and Wellness
Are you considering what the next chapter in your life will look like? Or perhaps you’re helping a loved one to weigh their post-retirement ... Continue Reading >
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
Having too many tasks and responsibilities when caring for a family member can become a major source of stress, which can affect the ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers
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
If you have a loved one who is living with dementia, you may be exploring options to get them the support they need to live safely and with ... Continue Reading >
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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