The Untold Story of Young Caregivers & Alzheimer’s.
One small act can make a remarkable difference to the men and women who are impacted by dementia.
For over 25 years, the Toronto Challenge has been bringing together participants from all ages and abilities to raise funds for non-profit organizations that are improving the quality of life for seniors in your community.
You may feel somewhat alone and isolated while caring for your aging parent, ailing relative or your chronically ill family member. Here is an opportunity to connect, enjoy, engage and win!
Are you a caregiver? Think back. When was the last time you took a rejuvenating break, socialized with peers or—for goodness sake—had a little fun?
A major restructuring of Ontario’s health system is on the way,
Drop by our booth at The Caregiver Show – May 30th in Toronto.
There is a new Alzheimer’s health club and dementia care in York Region, Ontario.
The Mississauga Halton CCAC honours paid and unpaid caregivers in the community at their annual Heroes in the Home awards. The deadline to nominate a caregiver has been extended to Oct 1.
There are currently 6.1 million employed Canadians who are providing to a family member or friend.