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Celebrating Mental Health Week

2019-05-15T17:20:19-08:00

Celebrating Mental Health WeekThis year marks the 68th year of Mental Health Awareness Week taking place May 6 -12th, 2019. Mental Health is just like physical health, we all have one and we have to take care of it. The Canadian Mental Health Association defines mental health as “being more than being happy all the [...]

Celebrating Mental Health Week2019-05-15T17:20:19-08:00

World Health Day 2019: Preventive Care For Seniors

2019-04-24T14:17:31-08:00

World Health Day 2019: Preventive Care For Seniors Each year, World Health Day brings awareness to a specific world health problem. This global movement is celebrated on April 7th under the leadership of the World Health Organization. This years’ key message is to bring health coverage to everyone in need without compromising other expenses [...]

World Health Day 2019: Preventive Care For Seniors2019-04-24T14:17:31-08:00

Care At Home Services chosen for national improvement collaboration

2017-04-06T09:48:43-08:00

Care At Home Services chosen for national improvement collaboration Care At Home Services has recently been chosen as 1 of 8 leading home care associations, by the Canadian Home Care Association to collaborate in a pilot project to apply and test proven improvement techniques to keep home care patients safe in their own [...]

Care At Home Services chosen for national improvement collaboration2017-04-06T09:48:43-08:00

Managing and Minimizing Caregiver Stress During the Holiday Season

2017-04-06T09:47:05-08:00

For most people the holiday season is a wonderful time to celebrate with family and friends. Yet too often, it is also the season of stress and hardship for senior caregivers. If you are caring for an aging parent or relative, the emotional toll of caregiving is year-round – but stress levels tend to [...]

Managing and Minimizing Caregiver Stress During the Holiday Season2017-04-06T09:47:05-08:00

Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

2017-04-06T09:46:15-08:00

Alzheimer’s is caused by the buildup of plaque on certain receptors in your brain, leading to short-term memory loss, change in behavior, and further cognitive issues. As we age, our risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia increases. Research indicates that genetics are one of the greatest risk factors of Alzheimer’s, but studies show that [...]

Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia2017-04-06T09:46:15-08:00