Are You Struggling To Care For An Aging Parent?

Taking care of an aging parent can be both an emotionally and physically demanding task, especially when work, a personal life and your own health are added to the mix.

Choose your situation so we can help you in your journey:

Did You Know?

Supporting aging parents can come with the following risks for caregivers:

60%

Psychological distress among people providing care to a parent for at least 2hrs a week.

74%

Distress among people providing care to a spouse for at least 2hrs a week.

61%

Took the role because they believed they had no choice.

60%

Feel like they are neglecting other family members, the rest of their duties, and themselves.


* Statistics Canada

Manage Caregiving Stress

Dr. Amy D’Aprix, Aging expert & Gerontological Social Worker
  • First acknowledge that all emotions—both the easy and the difficult ones— are normal parts of the caregiving journey.
  • Next, identify the tougher emotions and notice what seems to bring them on. Prevent those that can be prevented, and then seek support for the more difficult ones.
  • By taking this approach, you can experience compassion, love and joy while caregiving.

Dr. Amy D’Aprix,
Aging expert & Gerontological Social Worker

Choosing to move into a retirement community sooner can have a positive effect on you and your parent's overall quality of life.

Contact us today to help us guide you in your decision-making journey.

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