Unlock The Potential Of Food!
March 1st, 2018

March is a dull month.  The weather is unpredictable, often dreary and gray.  There is not much to look forward to besides Timmies annual Roll-up-the-Rim Campaign! As Canadians, we all look forward to the arrival of spring!   

But what if I told you that there is something else to look forward to every March?  There is! … Read more

Alzheimer’s Dementia – Recognizing Signs and Behaviours
January 1st, 2018

As the Baby Boomer generation approaches retirement, the need for specialized health care services continues to emerge. Now, more than ever, families are faced with difficult decisions when it comes to choosing the best care options for their aging family members.

Currently, one of the most prevalent concerns is the growing rate of Dementia and Alzheimer’s diagnoses among our aging population… Read more

How To Manage Stress….With Music!
November 1st, 2017

Whether the loss of a loved one, changes in our health, work deadlines, financial problems or even being stuck in traffic… all of us experience stress in some form or another. Symptoms of our stress can often include: Irritability, Overwhelming anxiety, Chronic headaches, Dizzy Spells, Persistent Fatigue, Sleep disturbances, High blood pressure… Read more

What is Estate Planning & Costly Mistakes to Avoid
September 1st, 2017

Estate planning is a common term synonymous with Wills, but do you truly understand its meaning? Estate planning is the process of planning and arranging, during a person’s life, the management and disposal of that person’s estate during the person’s life and after death.

Estate planning has several key objectives:… Read more

Aging and Capacity: What To Think And What to Decide?
August 1st, 2017

Capacity and competency are often used interchangeably, depending on the context. There are many types of capacity, including but not limited to capacity to manage financial affairs, capacity to make personal care decisions (health, nutrition, treatment) capacity to drive, capacity to stand trial, capacity to instruct a lawyer in a legal proceeding… Read more

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