As a family caregiver, it is extremely important for you to encourage your elderly loved one to stay clean and fresh. This is an important part of physical health as well as their perception of themselves.
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Being able to recognize sundowner’s syndrome can help you to know when it’s time to talk to the doctor or make changes to your aging relative’s care. Here are some signs.
Taking steps to protect your own health while caring for a senior with the flu is vital to guarding your own well-being, and to preventing the spread of this sickness among others. Here are some tips.
When you first hear that you're aging loved one is suffering from a severe medical condition such as Parkinson's disease, you will need to make a variety of decisions. One of the most meaningful and impactful can be whether to begin home care services for them. Here are some reasons why.
A stroke can happen to anybody at any time, so recognizing the signs and accessing emergency treatment as quickly as possible is critical. Remember the ‘FAST’ acronym every day, not just on World Stroke Day, to help you and your loved ones if a stroke ever occurs.
Every year, September 21 marks World Alzheimer’s Day to raise awareness about the disease and the stigma that can come with it. Did you know that there are 564,000 individuals living with dementia in Canada? Or that 25,000 new cases are diagnosed every year? Check out our infographic to learn more about Alzheimer's and dementia in Canada.
Isolation is a concern as some seniors opt for aging at home. Both physical and mental health are found to be better in those who interact with others regularly.
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