You can provide others with the best care possible by looking after your own well-being first.
The delivery of care is causing great social isolation and added stress to caregivers.
The residents and their families deserve better. Shame on those who have let this happen.
“If you’re angry, frustrated, scared, you’re right to feel this way. We can do better. We need to do better. Because we are failing our parents, our grandparents, our elders.” Prime Minister Trudeau.
In 2018, 25% of Canadians (or 7.8 million), provided care to a family member or a friend with a long-term, physical or mental disability or problems related to aging.
Please join us, after all, what do you have to lose?
At the show, our Chair, Mary Bart will be a key-note speaker. Her topic is:
“A Practical Perspective on Family Caregiving”.
These workshops are ideal for caregivers to attend with their family member who has dementia.
What role can technologies play in aging well and dying with dignity? Read what this article has to say.
Being pro-active about aging well alone is an important issue.