January 2010

By: Sheryl Ubelacker The Toronto Star, The Canadian Press January 4, 2010 Canada needs a national strategy to prepare for a tidal wave of dementia cases in the coming decades that could swamp the health-care system and put a severe drain on the economy, a new report says. The report by the Alzheimer Society, entitled […]

By: André Picard, Public Health Reporter The Globe and Mail January 3, 2010 The annual cost of dementia is projected to soar tenfold in the next generation, a stark illustration of the impact an aging Canadian population will have on the health-care system. By 2038, dementia will cost a staggering $153-billion a year, up from […]

By: Audrey Miller MSW, RSW, CCRC, CCLCP March 2010 Let’s talk sex.  While Valentine’s day, our Hallmark holiday, may have come and gone, romance and sex continue to be alive and well.  The baby boomers are getting older and while 60 has become the new 40, and 75 the new 60, healthy sex continues to […]