Caregiver Support is a free and confidential phone consultation, information and referral service for the caregivers of older adults, as well as friends and family, practitioners and health care professionals.
Despite the confinement measures being lifted, you are undoubtedly still concerned about your loved one, who must stay home to protect themselves from COVID-19. So, how can you be sure that they are safe? The Pair program might be able to reassure yo
Physical activity is a clear ally for your physical and mental fitness. During the pandemic, many initiatives have been created to encourage short activities in small spaces. The goal? To help make it easier for you take care of yourself.
While the situation is evolving, we must still exercise prudence. If your loved one does not live with you, you may still be worried about their nutrition. Did you know that many organizations and grocery stores can help you make sure that everything
We are living in exceptional circumstances that may amplify your anger, your helplessness and your frustration toward reduced access and resources, for example. Although difficult to accept, these feelings are normal and natural.
The pandemic is upsetting our individual and collective references. Our rituals and the meaning of our grief are completely turned upside down. If you are grieving or accompanying a loved one at the end of a life, how do you get through this time?
People who are hard of hearing or deaf are facing communication difficulties that were unforeseen at the beginning of this crisis. If you take care of a loved one in this situation, you may have noticed some of these difficulties.
You know that the confinement is especially difficult for the senior you are taking care of. However, your loved one is saying little if anything about the situation. How can you start a conversation to encourage them to share how they feel?