Most seniors see the removal of driving privileges as a negative experience. They have driven their whole lives then suddenly they can’t just jump into the car to run errands or go to a doctor’s office. At first they can only drive during the day, then only during times of the day with less traffic, … Read More

Holiday gatherings give adult children an opportunity to talk with their senior and elder parents to sense and observe whether they are doing well or if they may need help to maintain their independence.

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, since 2000, heart disease-related deaths have decreased 14%, while Alzheimer’s-related deaths have increased 89%. This article contains important information for Toronto’s seniors and elders about Alzheimer’s and treatments.

Senior diabetes and eye diseases: it’s estimated that 90% of people with type 1 diabetes will be affected by diabetic retinopathy, and 19% of new cases of diabetes-related blindness occur in those 45-64 years of age.

The importance of respite care for Toronto senior caregivers: according to the 2012 GSS, at some point in their lives, 46% of Canadians had provided some type of care to a family member or friend with a long-term health condition, disability or aging needs.

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