CareGiver Project

Originally published at allaboutestates.ca on August 29, 2013: While students had a summer holiday from their studies, many young carers did not get a break from their caregiving responsibilities. Recent research from the Vanier Institute of the Family reveals that 12% of young people identify themselves as being a caregiver. (Please see my previous blog) […]

The Elephant in the Room Published in the Vanier Institute of the Family, Summer 2012, TRANSITION MAGAZINE

allaboutestates, July 13, 2012: While receiving a diagnosis of dementia, may feel like a death sentence, the reality is that many individuals can live a very long time with this disease. Families learn to adjust- not an easy adjustment, by any means, and thankfully there are terrific resources available (Alzheimers Society of Canada) that provide […]

allaboutestates, July 5, 2012 At some point in our lives, regardless of age, most of us will experience being a carer. Anyone can become a carer; carers come from all walks of life, all cultures and can be of any age. Many feel they are doing what anyone else would in the same situation; looking […]

PRESS RELEASE July 3, 2012 For more information contact: audrey@caregiverproject.ca, 416 658 8887 The CaregiverProject News Flash Balancing Hip Hop and Caregiving- A Young Carer Raps His Story We are very pleased to announce the launch of The CareGiverProject YouTube channel featuring an amazing performance by critically acclaimed rap artist, Tricky P. ‘Lucky’ The Young […]