Alzheimer’s Certification and Training for our Caregivers

March 24, 2010 by Lisa Wiseman BScN, RN, GNC (C), CHPCN (C)

Once again we are delighted to be partnering with the Alzheimer Society to offer caregivers of Eldercare Home Health Enhanced Training for Formal Caregivers of Persons with Dementia. This 9 hour course uses a person centred approach to care, the goal of this comprehensive program is to enhance the knowledge and understanding of Alzheimer’s of […]

Social Worker Clinic Day- Eldercare Home Health

February 25, 2010 by Lisa Wiseman BScN, RN, GNC (C), CHPCN (C)

The first week of March is Social Work Week in Ontario. We are happy to have the opportunity to support several educational events for our Social Worker colleagues. Next week, March 3, 2010 we are sponsoring the luncheon and speaker at North York General Hospital.The event is entitled “The Long Shadow of Poverty for Social […]

Eldercare Home Health participates in Alzheimer’s Walk for Memories

February 18, 2010 by Lisa Wiseman BScN, RN, GNC (C), CHPCN (C)

The Alzheimer’s Walk for Memories was a great success. This is the third year we participated. We sent a team of 34 strong – our largest team size yet! We marched around Brookfield Place, along the underground PATH. There was food, friends and fundraising – a great combination.

Quality, reliable, personalized senior care- What we’re all about

February 17, 2010 by Lisa Wiseman BScN, RN, GNC (C), CHPCN (C)

We’re a home health care service, dedicated to providing for the care needs of people over 80 years old. Our Clients live in Nursing Homes, Retirement Homes or their own “Home Sweet Home”. We see people over 80, on average 90 and many people over 100 years old. Our Clients are diverse – some incredibly […]

When independence is too risky

Toronto Star January 12, 2008 - Brett Popplewell

January 14, 2008 by Malcolm Marcus

“It’s important for children to make it really clear to the parent what their contributions are,” says Wiseman… “Making the case that their child is under stress can be especially persuasive.” Click the thumbnail above to view a readable version of the article.

Hospital discharge for the elderly


May 15, 2005 by Laurie

“It is really important we understand the needs of our clients…” “My mother’s recovery is in no small part due to the caregivers and the attention they have given my mother.” wrote Herald Geller in a letter to Wiseman

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