As the population ages, more and more people require assistance with daily living tasks, which has led to an increase in the demand for caregivers. While caregivers provide invaluable support to those in need, they often face challenges that can take a toll on their physical and mental health.
5 Surprising Ways to Help Seniors Deal with Isolation | With senior isolation and loneliness on the rise, it’s likely that you or someone close to you is feeling lonely or isolated. Here are a few surprising ways to help seniors socialize and avoid isolation.
How Companionship Can Improve Heart Health for Seniors | As we age, the importance of companionship and social support becomes surprisingly even more important for senior heart health. Seniors are at a higher risk of heart disease due to natural aging processes but did you know that loneliness and isolation
10 Tips for Caring for Loved Ones Living with Alzheimer's Disease | Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's can be a challenging and emotional experience. However, with the right understanding, patience, and care, you can make the journey more manageable for both you and your loved one.
New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors | It’s a new year and a great time to set some goals to keep your life enriched, active and full of all the things you like to do! As we age, it’s important to be proactive about our health and wellbeing to ensure maximum independence for years to come.
It is no secret that social isolation is a growing problem, especially with quarantine still in effect across most of Canada. Currently many seniors are struggling with loneliness and isolation. Having quality connections and social supports can increase happiness and longevity.
People are discovering that their loved one can live in the comfort of their own home and still receive the care that they need. These are 5 reasons that home care can be the best choice for seniors and those living with chronic health conditions.
Navigating the senior's health care space can be intimidating with all the information and resources out there. Here are some general links to organizations that are helpful for seniors.
If you are a caregiver or a frontline worker you may be experiencing emotional and physical fatigue. It is important to take care of your body and mind while you are taking care of others.
In Canada, over 8 million people provide care to a chronically ill or disabled loved one. Being a caregiver to your spouse, parent, sibling, relative, neighbour or friend is rewarding but can also be very challenging. Continue reading for tips and personal stories about caregiving.