CBC Marketplace ran a powerful documentary this week, titled ‘Crying out for Care’, in which reporter David Common visited care homes across the country, interviewing both staff and adult children of residents. The consensus: there’s not enough staff in the sector. The impact: well…just watch the documentary – click here: …
While the incredible deep-freeze has descended over us, there’s still much that seniors need to do to keep their homes in peak condition – especially in this weather:
When the snow starts melting, every home is in serious jeopardy of being damaged if it’s not prepared.
Many seniors living alone may not realize that one of the most important ongoing maintenance items in their homes is also one of the easiest and cheapest to manage.
This wonderful article crossed my desk the other day I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
This is an interesting article by Caitlin Burn at Senior Advisor…J — The Semantics of Senior Living Now that baby boomers are of retirement age, the United States is seeing increased demand for healthcare provisions and services. With increased care comes new terminology that more accurately depicts today’s versatile senior care …
Exercise is good for everyone, including seniors. In fact, research shows it can help stave off the mobility problems that can interfere with independence, not to mention benefit a person’s heart, bones and even mood.