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Malnutrition in Seniors

Malnutrition in Seniors

Various factors can contribute to marked weight loss in the elderly. A lot of seniors tend to completely lose interest in cooking and preparing meals, especially if they are cooking only for themselves. It can be difficult to find the motivation to make a nutritious...
Eyesight Issues for Seniors

Eyesight Issues for Seniors

Eyesight is possibly the most heavily relied upon of all our senses. You really don’t appreciate just how much you depend on your eyesight until you don’t have it anymore. Aside form the obvious practical functions, like navigating around the house or going to the...
Does Your Elderly Loved One Have a Gambling Problem?

Does Your Elderly Loved One Have a Gambling Problem?

  Gambling is a massive industry in Canada, and it is a very popular pastime for many seniors. After retirement, many seniors have all kinds of extra time on their hands and are not sure how to fill their days. As the classic stereotype suggests, yes, seniors do...
Consistency is Key

Consistency is Key

There are a lot of families, and individuals within those families, that believe providing consistency is the most critical aspect to the success of home care. That makes sense, right? But what does it mean to provide consistency, and how can it be accomplished?...
Atrial Fibrillation in Seniors

Atrial Fibrillation in Seniors

What is Atrial Fibrillation? Atrial Fibrillation(AF) is an abnormal heart rhythm characterized by a rapid and irregular beating pattern. When AF strikes, the heart begins to beat incredibly quickly, typically between 300 and 600 beats a minute. To give you an idea of...
Common Concerns About Retirement Homes

Common Concerns About Retirement Homes

One difficult decision you may have to make for your aging loved one at some point is whether a retirement community is a good option for them. With the large improvements made in the home care industry in recent years, remaining at home is now a realistic option for...
Indicators It May Be Time for Homecare for Your Loved One

Indicators It May Be Time for Homecare for Your Loved One

It is not always easy to determine if some degree of homecare is needed for your aging loved one. Here are a few signs that suggest it may be time to look into homecare. Memory Loss One telling indicator of a need for home care assistance is a decline in memory. This...
March is Kidney Health Month

March is Kidney Health Month

For the month of March, we are spreading awareness, information and facts about kidney disease. Experts estimate that over 2 million Canadians are currently suffering from kidney disease and are completely unaware of it. That is why March is dedicated to enlightening...
Tips for Seniors to Maintain a Healthy Diet

Tips for Seniors to Maintain a Healthy Diet

Choosing to eat healthy, and then maintaining a nutritious diet is one of the best decisions a senior can make. As we get older, it becomes more difficult to fight off illness and avoid various ailments. Eating well can boost your immune system and help fight off...
Perks of Living at Home for Seniors

Perks of Living at Home for Seniors

The number of people over 60 living in Canada these days is growing at a rapid rate. With such an influx of senior citizens populating society, there is a growing need for seniors to get the assistance and support they require. Many seniors are choosing to remain in...