"Thank you so much for your contribution to the Manulife Walk for Memories. Almost 550 walkers raised over $228 000 to support Alzheimer Society. It was a wonderful day full of fun music and memories. On behalf of all of us here at the Society thank you for making this a very special day. We look forward to seeing you next year! "
Invoicing is typically run weekly or bi-weekly and payment is due upon receipt of the invoice. HST is outlined on the invoice. Check with your local agency for details.
There are many available elderly care options - Personal Care, Companionship, Respite, Livein Care - we even specialize in Alzheimer Care and Dementia Care. Whatever your senior care needs, we are here to help and can be reached 24 hours a day, seven days a week
We provide free, home care assessment interviews which give us a clear picture of your needs. We hope you'll find all of the information you'll need to make important decisions regarding care for seniors - for yourself or a loved one.
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Welcome to premier homecare services
Our in home care allows seniors to remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible.
We provide compassionate care at home and personalize eldercare services designed to help seniors and their families with important decisions through life's transitions.
We carefully match our caregivers to your specific homecare needs and personally introduce you to each new caregiver.
Alzheimer study listens to people
(NC) When a person’s ability to communicate is compromised, so is their sense of self and their connection to those around them. People with Alzheimer’s disease often struggle with this. Frank Rudzicz is committed to change that. Rudzicz is a researcher at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute with an expertise in using artificial intelligence to understand […]
A recent study has shown that regular exercise can help senior women boost the size of the brain area used for memory and learning. Older women boost memory area of brain with aerobic exercise The study involved women between the age of 70 and 80 that were living independently at home. Regular aerobic exercise appeared […]
Five reasons why every Canadian woman should have her own will
(NC)—Making a will is a sensible and worthwhile task that everybody, whatever their age or financial status, should do. However there are some special reasons why women should make a will of their own: Women usually live longer than their husbands, so it’s a good idea for each of you to have your own will. […]
(NC) – Making smart and healthy food choices can lead to better vision and, in some cases, prevent the onset or further progression of certain eye conditions and diseases. This is the guidance offered by BC Doctors of Optometry. Eating well can even help avert age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the leading cause of blindness in […]
New web sites for people living with chronic disease
(NC) There are close to 1 million people in Ontario living with heart failure or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. These illnesses often have a debilitating effect on people’s lives, tying them to a seemingly endless series of medical appointments or sending them unexpectedly to the hospital emergency room. Two web sites have just launched to […]