Service during the COVID-19 outbreak – client bulletin

July 8, 2020 In an open letter titled “It’s Time to Address Airborne Transmission of COVID-19” signed by 239 scientists in 32 countries, the WHO is being called on to recognize that airborne transmission of COVID-19 is a possibility. Once again, the WHO (World Health Organization) is late making essential information available to the public. […]

5 Great Father’s Day Gift Ideas for your Elderly Father

Affordable father's day gift for your elderly father

A 16GB MP3 player Here’s a thoughtful, and at $49.99, an affordable gift that makes it easy for your dad to listen to the radio, ebooks and more. Small and light, with an up to 20 hour playing time, your dad can enjoy it anywhere. From Best Buy The very popular Fitbit Fitbits are available […]

How to end the COVID pandemic and get Canada’s economy back on track safely, by the end of September 2020

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  Masks, and handwashing are precautions against COVID-19, they aren’t going to help you and your neighbours get back to work. And social distancing is an economy killer – there simply is no way to make many, many businesses economically viable with social distancing in place. The problem with COVID is that we can’t see […]

List of Toronto and GTA hospitals where we provide private elderly care

Example of the hospitals where we provide private elderly care

Is your parent in the hospital? Help keep them from becoming deconditioned, so they can go home sooner. Hospitals where we provide supplementary, private elderly care: Etobicoke General Hospital-See William Osler Health Centre Trillium Health Centre – Queensway Trillium Health Partners – Mississauga Mount Sinai Hospital Princess Margaret Hospital Toronto Rehab Women’s College Hospital Toronto […]

What is Dementia Care at Home?

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Dementia is a term that’s used to describe a range of symptoms, including memory loss, forgetfulness, confusion, and difficulty with thinking and problem-solving to the point where it inhibits a person’s ability to complete routine functions. Across the globe, around 50 million people suffer from dementia, according to the World Health Organization. This condition mainly […]

What is Palliative Care?

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If you have an elderly parent or loved one with a terminal or life-limiting illness, you might be familiar with the term “palliative care,” also known as end-of-life care. Palliative care is designed to “help patients enjoy the best possible quality of life right up until the end of life. “ A palliative care team […]

Identifying clouds can help seniors forecast the weather, plan their outings

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I took the photo below from my condo balcony. Just below centre is a dark little Cumulus cloud. I know it’s a Cumulus because I’ve been doing a little research about clouds. I also know that the dark swath of clouds angling in from the top left are Stratus. Between and above them is a crumbly […]