For caregivers, when a loved one lives alone, this just adds to your stresses and the list of things to worry about. Finding workable, practical solutions to support your loved one living alone will help reduce your worries and support your own peace of mind.
Category: Managing Risk
“Physicians feel they do not have the time, knowledge, or interest to guide their patients to important non-medical assistance.” According to a survey by Leavitt Partners.
“If you want control of what your elder years are going to look like, you need some kind of game plan for exactly what kind of care you want,” according to Susan Hyatt of Silver Sherpa.
Being pro-active about aging well alone is an important issue.
Mary Bart shares tips for making better, faster and safer caregiving choices.
The Ontario government is creating a new agency called Personal Support Services Ontario that will start to deliver home care in the spring to some clients in three regions of the province. (iStock)
We’re here to support seniors, and their families, and to manage the inevitable, overwhelming problems and stresses associated with ageing.
This is a wonderful way to care for home-bound seniors.
With Telehomecare, seniors can live at home longer and their caregivers can provide better care, and do so with peace of mind.
According to the Canadian Medical Association Journal, close friends and family caregivers are at high risk of becoming ill and even dying.