Caregiving Resources

  • Caregivers need care too

    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.

  • Get help with stroke care

    If your loved one recently had a stroke, it is important to remember that rehabilitation is a vital aspect of recovery as it helps stroke survivors learn new ways of performing tasks that will help compensate for any residual damage.

  • Margaret is our July Employee of the Month!

    Every month we pick an outstanding member of our Seniors for Seniors team to be our Employee of the Month. We chose Margaret Dreher as our July Employee of the Month because she goes above and beyond for her clients. She is very caring and compassionate and treats her clients as family.

  • A guide to care options for seniors in Canada

    Advances in health care and chronic disease management, along with greater awareness on healthy living is largely behind this change. Whether aging Canadians require just a few care services or 24-hour care, there are plenty of options to suit their needs.

  • Seniors resources

    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.

  • Wellness Wednesdays: dental care

    As you or your loved one ages, you may notice changes that need to be made when it comes to taking care of your/their teeth and gums. By making smart choices and taking good care of teeth and gums, seniors of all ages can enjoy good oral health.

  • 4 reasons you should hire a Seniors for Seniors Drop-In Companion

    At Seniors for Seniors we believe that Drop-In Companions not only benefit clients but their families too, here are four reason why you should consider hiring a Seniors for Seniors Drop-In Companion:

  • Get help with senior care

    A vast majority of seniors are choosing to stay in their own homes to receive care. You may find yourself joining the over two million families in Canada who are informal caregivers to their loved ones. If you are about to embark on the journey of family caregiving here are some helpful tips to keep in mind.

  • There's help for PTSD!

    Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental disorder that is developed after a person has experienced a traumatic/traumatic events. There are signs and symptomsthat can point to PTSD. If you feel you or a loved one may be living with PTSD, there are resources available in Canada to help.

  • A family caregiver story: Our angels on earth

    The dedicated Seniors for Seniors caregivers always ensure that someone is there daily for my mom. The many caregivers that have spent time with my mom have all been kind, caring, willing and eager to share the ups and downs of my mom’s day, as we speak on the phone regularly.