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Maggie Keresteci 🇨🇦 Aug 23
Advocacy doesn't have to be "big" or "organized" to be effective. Thank you to all those Canadians who advocate on behalf of themselves as or those they care for as . You make an impact. You make a difference every day.
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NancyBourque55 Aug 20
This morning I had my dad out for breakfast at McDonald's, as always . Drinking my coffee I looked up & saw one of my classmates with his 96 yo mom who has Alzheimer's. They sat at the table next to us & he so lovingly prepared her pancakes. He told me, it's our turn.
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Lucinda Crenshaw 1h
of all ages & genders ... pls tap photo for both parts of quote 🙂
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GrandeVilleSLC 5h
can make communication difficult for those affected. When your loved one is having a hard time finding words, encourage them and reassure them that it's okay.
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Dementia Sucks! Aug 24
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Maggie Keresteci 🇨🇦 8h
Innovation in needs fresh approach; being more selective abt what new research is funded; instead putting $$ into knowledge mobilization & implementation. Stop spinning wheels in with new studies & take action needed by , & system
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RESILIENT PEOPLE 6h
Do you go by caregiver, care partner or support person? What’s the title that really summarizes what you do for your loved one?
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Rick Lauber Aug 18
don't just help aging seniors ... at yesterday's book signing, I met a mother who was supporting her special needs son ...
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Wellnest Care Aug 19
Home safety tips for seniors with Alzheimer's
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CFHI-FCASS Aug 19
: CFHI is seeking a part-time (2.5 days per week) Patient Partner for a 1-year term. Salary range - $81,600 - $102,000. Deadline to apply: September 8, 2019
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The Senior List 1h
Special thanks to all the out there. You are amazing!! | | 🙏
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GeryCare Aug 24
This is a very common question tend to ask themselves. Our recommendation is to establish a weekly schedule in order to plan everything better and to identify when you are more likely to need help.
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Private Suite Hca Aug 23
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Interim HealthCare Aug 24
Exercise is important for seniors, but it's especially critical for family caregivers too!
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Keeping Us Safe 5h
We are tickled to report that our book, titled "Beyond Driving with Dignity; The workbook for the families of older drivers" has been issued a Library of Congress number and a physical copy of the book is now housed in the Library itself.
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Kristina Bas Hamilton 🔥 Aug 22
“Angelica already works seven days a week as a home health aide, caring for an 89-year-old widow with dementia who lives alone. The $12.50 an hour Angelica earns isn’t enough, so she and her son rely on government assistance, such as food stamps and .”
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Jennifer_Fading Memories podcast 4h
Watching Mom decline & lose the person she was is a constant source of low grade grief. That's why support is crucial for . I get a lot of advice & inspiration from my guests. I hope sharing that helps all of you.
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Home Instead Ipswich 12h
Celebrating 10 years as Home Instead Ipswich, Woodbridge and Felixstowe 😁
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Theresa Snyder 5h
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Maggie Keresteci 🇨🇦 Aug 20
Our system was built to meet needs of previous generations; for acute care based in hospitals. Those days are gone. Needs of Canadians have changed dramatically & now we need healthcare based in community, led by primary care, co-designed with & .
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