Who cares for the caregiver?
As the population of “elder orphans” grows, more research is needed so that we can develop effective systems of public guardianship and care.
We tend to lose sight of the fact that, while the population is aging, seniors are healthier than any time in history: 85 is the new 65.
As the population ages, caregiving is also becoming a hot-button issue.
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.
Who has the time to connect with others while lost and lonely in a busy caregiving world? From this video presentation, you will learn the benefits of making time for connecting and sharing with other family caregivers.
To address the burgeoning “loneliness epidemic” and the demands of an aging population, some think that we should deploy robotic caregivers. A new ad titled “B.E.N. (Biologically Engineered Nursing),” however, suggests that this is a dreadful idea.