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Foot care services now available at our Bolton clinic!

Due to high demand we will be providing foot care services at our Bolton location. Come out to our launch and meet our foot care program manager and specialized foot care nurses.

  • Questions to ask when hiring an event medical service

    Hiring the right event medical service team is essential to the success of your event. When planning an event you are liable for the safety of your guests, therefore you must feel confident that the event medical services team you are using will be able to support the needs of your attendees.

  • How to get the most out of your volunteers

    Volunteers often are the back bone to many events. Although volunteers are often behind the scenes, they provide tremendous amounts of support with event planning, logistics and execution. An important aspect of event management is keeping volunteers motivated

  • Tips for a safe & spooky Halloween

    Whether you’re a child, parent/caregiver or a homeowner, we all play a part in keeping neighbourhoods safe during Halloween Here are some quick tips to keep yourself and others safe:

  • Planning an outdoor party? Read these tips before you do!

    Summer is a great time to entertain friends and family outdoors. Before you plan your next outdoor party, be sure to follow these simple tips to pull off a successful soiree.

  • PTSD: do you know the signs?

    There are many signs and symptoms to look out for if you suspect you or your loved one has PTSD.

  • 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.

  • 3 steps that can save a life

    November is Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Awareness Month. CPR is an emergency procedure that can help restore blood flow to someone who is suffering from a cardiac arrest (heart attack). It is important to act quickly once you see the signs of a cardiac arrest.

  • Celebrate Seniors Month by staying safe!

    Safety Tip 1: Falls or slips getting in and out of the bath/shower is a common problem. Consider adding grab bars near shower/tub units and the toilet to prevent accidents or injuries.

  • Meet our caregiver Masi

    If you ask Masi why she has stayed with Seniors for Seniors for so long she will tell you it’s because of her clients, seeing her clients laugh and smile makes her feel like she truly is making a difference in the world. She enjoys being able to help seniors stay in their homes longer and values the friendships

  • 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.