15 Nov 2020

COVID-19 and the Flu Season: 7 Tips to Minimize the Spread

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It’s officially flu season, which means we’re more vulnerable to germs and of course, COVID-19. To keep you and your loved ones protected this winter, here are some tips to minimize the spread and stay safe. Wash Hands Frequently and Properly With the combination of COVID-19 and the flu season, it’s more important than ever to wash your hands frequently and properly. Use soap that foams up well, lather onto your hands and scrubs them thoroughly, including the nail beds, on top of the hands and in between the fingers. Do this for at least 20 seconds before rinsing. This…

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13 Mar 2020

5 Apps for Seniors

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Mobile phone apps aren’t just for teenagers and young adults – there are a ton of handy apps that seniors will find useful and beneficial for their everyday lives. To show you what we mean, we’ve put together a comprehensive list to help keep you or your aging loved one active, safe, social and engaged. Here are our top 5 favourite apps for seniors. Stay Active with ParticipACTION Do you feel as if though you’re not getting enough exercise throughout the day? This free app will encourage you to get moving towards your health and fitness goals. Through a vast…

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6 Mar 2020

4 Ways to Ensure That Your Aging Parents Have Emotional Support

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When it comes to caring for aging parents, there can be a lot of challenges involved, including emotional stress for both you and them.  Growing older comes with a lot of loss, which can take a big toll on our elderly loved ones. To help ensure that your aging parents have the emotional support that they need, here are some tips to remember. Spend More Quality Time Together Growing old is often a lonely process for seniors. As their friends, partners and loved ones pass on, they can end up spending the majority of their time alone. One of the…

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14 Feb 2020

Strokes: Paving the Path to Recovery

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The damage caused by a stroke can be quite debilitating, requiring extensive recovery time. For many stroke survivors, everyday tasks like bathing and dressing can become difficult to perform on their own. Some will also experience problems with their memory, speech and motor skills, making it challenging to move or control certain parts of their body. If you or a loved one has suffered a stroke, the path to recovery can be long and frustrating, but there’s help just around the corner. Find out how a private care nurse can help. Monitoring Once someone has a stroke, their risk of…

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7 Feb 2020

Everything You Need to Know About Respite Care

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Caring for a sick or elderly loved one can take a toll on your health and wellbeing if you don’t take the time to care for yourself. That’s why so many caregivers experience burnout in their first year. If you’ve been experiencing any emotional or physical strain associated with your caregiver role, it’s time to learn more about respite care, a personalized health care service that can help. What Is Respite Care? Respite care is a service offered to caregivers to provide temporary relief from their duties. It allows caregivers to take a break, step back, and tend to their…

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