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The "Just In Case" Tote - Top Items to Keep Organized When a Medical Emergency Happens

On a Friday night, while at University, I always remember my mom telling me to put a $20 in my sock for cab fare home from the club ---just in case. Early on in my life, this was the idea of being prepared in an emergency.   My next…
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Four Steps to Creating an Effective Elder Care Plan

When something goes wrong, it often gets worse when answers are not available. An eldercare plan prevents chaos and provides comfort to distraught family members already shaken when family members face an unexpected trauma. Creating an elder…

Gender Bias and Consequence to Care

Over the past five decades, women’s roles have changed dramatically, while men’s roles have barely budged. Why do the differences still exist? I know that I am not the same as my mother. Yet I find myself, now almost 50, comparing her formerly…

The Current Tide of Aging

It is now old news that our population is aging. We know that there are more people in Canada over the age of 65 than under the age of 14. What we need is open dialogue regarding this undeniable fact since it will affect all of us going forward.…

Self-Care Tips

Who are we? Those of us that give care- and we are plentiful! By definition, a caregiver is a paid or unpaid member of a person’s social network who helps them with five core activities of daily living (ADLs) which include eating, bathing,…