June 2011

The month of June celebrates many different things including Father’s Day, Brain Injury Awareness month, National Cancer Survivor’s Day, Stroke Awareness month and the beginning of summer holidays for elementary and high school students. The newsletter this month focuses on a variety of topics ranging from summer safety to the benefits of long term care […]

June 22, 2011; By: Audrey Miller All About Estates I read a blog about an interesting seminar that was presented last month by the Estate and Trusts Groups, Lawyers Division B’nai Brith. The seminar entitled “Financial Predators and the Elderly- Banton v Banton” was a case involving an older gentleman who fell in love with […]

By: Alison Dunn Health Local November 5, 2010 Aging parents often mean the adult children have to take on the role of caregiver. Do you know how to cope with the changes age brings? When Audrey Miller meets with a new family looking to discuss elder care options, she often hears the same refrain: “You […]

June 15, 2011; By: Audrey Miller All About Estates Last week I attended an excellent conference called Practical Strategies-Rehab Across the Ages, from the Cradle to the Grave sponsored by the law firms of Oatley Vigmond and McLeish Orlando. A number of doctors spoke about the effects of aging with different disabilities including: burn injury […]

June 7, 2011; By: Audrey Miller All About Estates In my Feb 23 2011 blog “Which is the deadliest room in the house?” I wrote about safety proofing the house to reduce risk of falls. Of course, falls can occur anywhere and at any time, so the best approach is prevention. Accreditation Canada is now […]