Black lives matter – support for police reform

black lives matter

June 08, 2020 by Malcolm Marcus

           

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

covid pandemic everyone every day

May 30, 2020 by Malcolm Marcus

  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 […]

In hospital care for seniors in Toronto – 5 things you need to know

in hospital care for seniors

March 05, 2020 by Lisa Wiseman BScN, RN, GNC (C), CHPCN (C)

1. Bed rest is not good for anyone, especially the elderly With very few exceptions, bed rest is an old-fashioned idea that has no place in modern medicine. Bed rest leads to deconditioning, muscle weakness and atrophy. Bed rest can also lead to pressure sores, pneumonia, constipation and depression. The sooner they can get up […]

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

Example of the hospitals where we provide private elderly care

January 22, 2020 by Malcolm Marcus

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 […]

Senior Home Care in Toronto – our Nurses go Above and Beyond

Nurse explaining medications to psw caregiver

January 13, 2020 by Lisa Wiseman BScN, RN, GNC (C), CHPCN (C)

Yes, Eldercare Home Health provides senior home care in Toronto – but that’s like saying Kawhi Leonard plays basketball. He does, but as we all know, he’s an exceptional player. Why our PSW senior home care is Nurse case managed Our clients are 90 years old, give or take. As you can imagine, their care […]

What is Dementia Care at Home?

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September 11, 2019 by Contributor

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?

palliative care

September 11, 2019 by Contributor

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 […]

Choir singing: It’s a joyful way to socialize, feel great and express yourself!

August 01, 2019 by Malcolm Marcus

You can’t imagine how surprised I was when I started the research for this blog. I was amazed. There are choirs all over the city that invite folks to join and sing with them. The invitation is broad – bring yourself and join in. The cost of doing this ranges from $5 an evening to […]

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