It is often hard to bring humor into caregiving. Yet the benefits of laughing can be as good as spending forty-five minutes on the treadmill.
Author: Trish Richards
A Merrill Lynch study, conducted in partnership with Age Wave, finds that the 40 million family caregivers in the U.S. spend $190 billion per year on their adult care recipients.
Find out how you can submit your ideas to help reduce social isolation for seniors. Your ideas could be funded in the 2018 Ontario budget.
Young caregivers miss out on sports, school, social life and stress of role may make them sick too.
Research consistently shows caregiving is among the most demanding roles a person can adopt. A study suggests highlighting the positive effects of their work may help caregivers reap the psychological benefits of helping others.
Explore the dynamic of one man as caregiver to another man.
New research from Transamerica Institute finds caregivers risking their health and finances to care for loved ones.
One small act can make a remarkable difference to the men and women who are impacted by dementia.
We’re Boomers. We’re alive. We’re thriving. We’re not dead yet.
We. Are. NOT. Elderly.
Join us on Thursday, July 6, 2017, at 1 p.m., when Caregiving Matters Chair Mary Bart hosts a complimentary webinar to give Advocis Toronto Chapter members an opportunity to learn more about the Estate Planning Project.