Giving Care: Senior & Disabled Caregiver Resource Blog

Caring For A Loved One With Dementia? You Are Not Alone

Support groups for caregivers of elderly parents

Our society is greying. For the first time in Canada, we now have more older people (65+) than younger people (under 16). Although there are many benefits and advantages to getting older, the unfortunate facts are that as we age we become more susceptible to

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Malnutrition: A Hidden Epidemic In Older Adults

Alzheimer's not eating

Over the years, many older adults have let me into their homes because they have been referred to one of the health programs I work for. Part of my job as a geriatric clinician requires me to assess the persons malnutrition and to ask them information

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Senior Moments: Should We Be Worried?

Memory care living

Although I don’t particularly like the term “senior moment,” most older people know what that means. When someone who is at middle age or beyond has difficulty remembering something such as, “Where did I put my reading glasses?” or “I can’t remember her name” he/she may

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