Do you have an ageing or ill loved one who requires long-term care? If you’re not sure what your options are, we can help. Here are the five options for long-term senior care for you to consider. Home Care Being in a familiar environment can enhance the quality of life for your loved one, which is why it’s the option that most people prefer. Not only will they get individualized attention, but this can also preserve their dignity and make them feel more at ease and safe. Having the comforts of their own home can help support their healing process…> Read More
Being a caregiver can be a rewarding role, but it can also come with many challenges and stressors to deal with. And if the telltale symptoms of caregiver stress are not addressed early, it can lead to a slew of problems like outbursts of anger and complete burnout. So how do you know if you’re experiencing caregiver burnout? Here’s what to look out for and what you can do to get help. Depression Do you feel constantly exhausted and withdrawn from your regular life? The stress of caregiver support can lead to depression which can eventually impact your relationships…> Read More
Have you spent time with a senior loved one recently? If not, now’s the time to get in touch and reconnect. There are plenty of reasons to spend time with those older than you — you’ll hear stories that’ll make you laugh, you’ll pick up a new dance move or two, and you might even get to eat the best baked treats you’ve ever had. But that’s not all — here are five joys seniors bring to those around them. Humour Beyond those hilarious yet slightly inappropriate jokes your grandpa likes to tell at Christmas, many elderly people also…> Read More
After all of the stress and strain of preparing for a knee surgery, many Canadians do not follow optimized recovery plans. This often results in increased recovery times and a risk of relapse. To combat this, it is essential that you work with your doctor to prepare comprehensive pre-surgery and post-surgery recovery plans. C-Care has a number of trained professionals including Personal Support Workers (PSWs) and in-home nurses available to assist in post-surgery recovery. Our rehabilitative techniques help you ease your way back to full recovery with a specific routine that involves daily physical activity and exercise. Not only can this help improve your mobility while recovering, but it can speed up your recovery time and increase the likelihood of a full recovery. Although the relief of a successful surgery is great news, there is still a significant amount of work involved. It takes discipline and commitment to follow a…> Read More
What Is Respite Care? Respite care is a personalized healthcare service that offers the caregivers of elderly and disabled individuals the opportunity to take a break – even for just a couple of hours – while a professional respite worker sees to the needs of your loved one. Respite workers provide daily hygiene and grooming care, physical activity, assistance with feeding, and many more everyday tasks. They are also dedicated medical professionals who can assist with changes to your loved one’s condition, and the interactive process brings a social aspect to the care of your loved one. Not only can respite workers help you provide better care for your friend or family member, but the process helps you take better care of yourself. This allows you, as a caregiver, to take some time to tend to your own needs with the knowledge that your loved one is safe and…> Read More
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