Caregiving Resources

  • You can manage diabetes with what you eat!

    November is Diabetes Awareness Month! Symptoms of blood sugar imbalances or diabetes arise when our levels are too low or too high. It is important to remain balanced and support our system with proper nutrition.

  • What makes life worth living in the face of death?

    Paul Kalanithi, a neurosurgeon, was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer. He wrote a book detailing his life and battle with terminal cancer. In this moving talk, Paul’s wife Lucy Kalanithi speaks about her husband’s terminal cancer diagnosis. She reflects on the range of emotions that come in the face of death

  • We want you to know this …...

    February 4 is World Cancer Day. We honour all those who have been impacted by cancer. We want you to know that you are always in our hearts.

  • Maintaining the connection with those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

    If you’re a caregiver for a loved one with Alzheimer’s, check out this helpful video to learn how you can maintain a connection with those you care for.

  • It’s time for everyone to give a bit of self-love!

    How often do you practice self-care?! Practicing self-care means managing your health, your diet, and thinking about what your body and mind needs.

  • Mind your mind: caring for those with brain injuries

    Are you a caregiver for someone with a brain injury? Here is a roundup of resources to help you support yourself and the person you care for.

  • Spot these signs of caregiver burnout

    Spot these signs of caregiver burnout and find out what you can do about it.

  • Caregiver Tip Tuesday: Summer livin'

    In this edition of Caregiver Tip Tuesday, we look at making the most of summer and taking some much needed time off to focus on self-care!

  • Aging Without Boundaries: Overcoming physical challenges

    These are ways seniors can overcome physical challenges and changes to their bodies as they grow older!

  • Dealing with progressive and chronic illness

    As we age there are a whole host of progressive and chronic illnesses that may impact our independence & functioning significantly.