Small museums within an hour’s drive of Toronto – easy for seniors to visit

Lucy Maude Montgomery Manse and Church

March 24, 2015 by Cubby

Lucy Maude Montgomery Manse and Church – and Summer Teas! Not only can you visit the Manse in which the author of Anne of Green Gables lived with her husband, the minister of St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, you can enjoy a five-course luncheon tea during the summer months. Maude lived in Leaksdale, a small farming […]

Your parent deserves the best senior care possible. That’s why we hire only 2% to 5% of the caregivers who apply to work with us.

Your parent deserves the best senior care possible. That’s why we hire only 2% to 5% of the caregivers who apply to work with us.

February 03, 2015 by Lisa Wiseman BScN, RN, GNC (C), CHPCN (C)

We are always looking for terrific staff. People who genuinely enjoy working with seniors. Who have the skills and training to provide the kind of care our clients need. We recently invited PSW caregivers who were interested in working with Eldercare Home Health to send us their resumes. We received 96 resumes. All the resumes were […]

Board games, trivia and word games for seniors bring families together

Suspend, a fun game for the whole family

December 26, 2014 by Cubby

I never admit to being a fan of board games. Until I play one. I’m always the last guy in. I’m also the person in the gathering who has the most fun with the game. I fool around with the rules. I stay within them, but I make my answers silly when I can. I […]

Make the most of the season with these winter tips for staying warm and comfortable.


December 17, 2014 by Cubby

1. Wear a hat because it feels good, not because it’s “going to keep most of your body heat in.” Losing most of your body heat through a bare head is a myth. I dug this out of a 2008 British Medical Journal article published by two University of Indiana doctors, Drs. Rachel Vreeman and […]

New Parkinson’s Disease Treatments: Duodopa & Deep Brain Stimulation

New Parkinson's Disease Treatment Options: Duodopa & Deep Brain Stimulation

November 14, 2014 by Lisa Wiseman BScN, RN, GNC (C), CHPCN (C)

I attended the Parkinson Society lecture November 12, 2014 at the Toronto Botanical Gardens. The keynote speaker for the evening was Dr. Alfonso Fasano and Nurse specialist from the Movement Disorder Centre of Toronto Western Hospital. The evening was presented by the Parkinson Society Central & Northern Ontario, in partnership with Parkinson Society Canada First, […]

Great day trips for seniors, near Toronto

Crawford Lake longhouse

October 22, 2014 by Cubby

The Iroquois longhouses are at Crawford Lake Conservation Area, southwest of Milton. When we were younger and more agile, my wife and kids and I would explore the park’s limestone caves. Later, we took young grandchildren to learn about Iroquois life in the area long before Europeans arrived. Now, we’d cherish a stroll along the […]

A Skype call makes “visiting” friends and family as easy as a phone call, and a lot more fun!


October 01, 2014 by Cubby

My wife and I discovered how wonderful it is to make video calls when one of our granddaughters moved to Helsinki for her last year of university. I downloaded Skype from the Internet for free and, because my computer didn’t have a built-in camera, I bought an inexpensive one that clipped onto the top of the […]

Wonderful things can happen for seniors moving to a condo.


September 16, 2014 by Cubby

In a nutshell, we should have done it ten years ago! It’s taught me a few things about being open to possibilities. Surprise: People talk to you! Seniors moving to a condo apartment will find that it’s much less anonymous than a free-standing house or townhouse. We didn’t know this. Neither of us had ever lived […]

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