December 2013

A Word from the Managing Director I wanted to take this opportunity during a very hectic and busy time of year, to pause and to say thank you. It is your kind words and being able to ease your worry that reminds us of why we do what we do. More than common courtesy, which […]

Originally published in on December 19, 2013: A little holiday jingle ….. with new stanzas added. T’was the fight before Christmas, when all families know, It’s better to forgive than tell them to F. O., Mom probably liked you better, if memory serves, So while I am a P.O.A., she will get what she […]

How Old Is Too Old To Drive?

by Audrey Miller on December 11, 2013

in Articles & Blogs by Audrey

Originally posted in on December 11, 2013: The Globe and Mail (November 28, 2013) printed an article by Jessica Leeder that asks the question: ‘How old is too old to drive?’ The article reports: “ on a per kilometre basis, seniors are the most collision-prone operators on the road. They are also subject to […]

E Caring Channel: Holiday, Loss & Dementia

by Audrey Miller on December 6, 2013

in VBlog

The E Caring Channel: Our Holiday Vblog: Holiday, Loss & Dementia

Originally published in on Dec. 3, 2013: Many seniors are leaving our cold climate and heading someplace warm- at least for a couple of months. Like anything else, pre planning can go a long way in minimizing the change and reducing the adjustment time, especially if the traveler is dealing with memory issues. If […]