A palliative approach refers to care that focuses on quality-of-life, smooth transitions and whole-person care for the person with dementia and their family.
Author: Caregiving Matters
Living alone has many benefits, but there are risks to this life style too.
The Law Commission of Ontario has issued excellent recommendations for making elder-care rules more rational and relevant. Queen’s Park should listen.
Now go enjoy life – Live, Love and figure out how to make adjustments to over come your obstacles.
Living alone as we age, can cause loss of interest, appetite, energy, concentration and motivation.
With the boomer generation turning 65 at a rate of one every seven seconds, there are now more Canadians over the age of sixty-five, than under fifteen.
80% of falls by seniors occur in the bathroom.
All the research shows it’s not a matter of if you’re going to be a caregiver but when. You can’t be at your best if you neglect your own care.
Although not a cheery topic for this time of year, it is unfortunately an important one to know about.
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