Is Your Senior Making it to Doctor’s Appointments?

If you’ve just discovered that your elderly family member isn’t making it to her doctor’s appointments like you expected, there might be more going on. Missing one or two appointments now and again … [Read more...]

Handy Tips for Picking Supportive Shoes for Your Mom

You need supportive shoes for your mom. She hasn't liked her shoes for a while. Her main complaints are her feet hurt after an hour of walking around. It makes her hesitant to go to museums, natural … [Read more...]

Fraud Prevention Tips You Must Share With Your Mom

Scammers target seniors for several reasons. One, seniors tend to be polite and pick up a ringing phone rather than let it go to voicemail. Two, seniors often have retirement savings tucked away in … [Read more...]

Is Your Parent Counting on You to Provide Care in the Future?

The National Alliance for Caregiving reports that more than 34 million people in the U.S. care for someone over the age of 50. Almost 16 million of those people are caring for a family member with … [Read more...]

Have You Been Putting off a Scary Conversation with Your Loved One?

It's just a human reaction to want to put off scary conversations. But when you're a caregiver, you may need to have these kinds of talks without hesitating. Some of these tips can help you get better … [Read more...]

Finding Support While Caring for a Senior with Alzheimer’s Disease

Caregiver in Toronto Being a family caregiver for any elderly adult is challenging, but this can be particularly true if your aging loved one is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. The symptoms and … [Read more...]

4 Tips for Caregivers Who Care for Multiple Loved Ones

Caregiver in Toronto It's not unusual these days for a caregiver to find herself taking care of more than one loved one. Often a spouse and a parent can become ill at the same time, requiring the … [Read more...]

Caring for Loved Ones Across the Miles

Caregiver in Toronto Living miles away from aging loved ones can be stressful and difficult. Many adult children of aging parents are relying on elder care providers to offer assistance to older … [Read more...]

Are You Keeping Up with Your Own Home as a Family Caregiver? If Not, it Could be Affecting Your Health

Caregiver in Toronto You want to be there for your elderly mother who recently returned home from the hospital following a significant heart attack. The prospect of hiring an in-home care provider … [Read more...]