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Psychologica Interview: January 2015

by Audrey Miller on February 2, 2015

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I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Sarah Sheard, Editor for “Psychologica”, the magazine of the Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists.  This Special Edition Winter/Spring 2015 was on ‘Families’.  With 28% of Canadians (Stats Canada 2012) providing care to a family member/friend with long term health needs, demands on the family […]

Wednesday, April-14 For Immediate Release Greater Toronto Area, Canada As part of their continuing commitment to high standards of customer care and service excellence, Mosaic Home Care Ltd. and Elder Caring Inc. are extremely pleased to announce a significant new joint venture. The provision of Professional Care Management for those with more complex care needs […]

Death and dying are topics most people don’t like to think about and consequently are rarely discussed in Canadian Society….The Canadian Death Experience: Summary of Death, Dying and Canadian Families Read Death, Dying and Canadian Families 2014-02-24_Transition_43-3_The-Canadian-Death-Experience(1)by Dr. Katherine Arnup. Article by Audrey Miller. Published in Transition, The Vanier Institute of the Family, Volume 43, Number […]

PostmediaNovember 28, 2013 (National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette,Vancouver Sun) There comes a time in every family where discussions should take place about the financial and insurance needs of aging parents. It’s not simply about covering the financial bases. There are also decisions to be made about their care and comfort. From financial planning and […]

Maritime Morning Weekend Interview

by Audrey Miller on November 8, 2013

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Listen to Audrey’s radio interview on Maritime Morning Weekend Edition, discussing the RBC Myths and Realities Poll, October 27, 2013 http://www.news889.com/2013/10/27/maritime-morning-weekend-edition-9-am-hour-23/

Wall Street Journal: TORONTO, Oct. 24, 2013 /CNW/ – Staying in their own homes and paying for home care as needed is by far the most appealing option (83 per cent) for Canadian Boomers as they head into retirement and consider future living arrangements that go along with aging. This is followed by living in […]

Kris McCusker Oct 24, 2013 02:42:53 PM 680 News TORONTO – Retiring boomers would prefer to stay put in their homes as they approach retirement and begin to ponder living arrangements, says a new Royal Bank of Canada poll. The Retirement Myths & Realities Poll says 83 per cent of survey respondents in the 50-and-over […]

BERTRAND MAROTTE The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Oct. 24 2013, 12:16 PM EDT – Last updated Thursday, Oct. 24 2013, 12:22 PM EDT Aging boomers don’t want to move out of their homes as they head into retirement, according to the results of a new poll. A majority of Canadians aged 50 and over […]

By: Kristin Kent Special to the Toronto Star, Published on Fri Jun 28 2013 Renya Onasick knows the challenges of caregiving. As a parent, an involved daughter and long-distance caregiver of her mother, Onasick is engaged in all family matters. This involvement comes with a price: the costs for eldercare, a critical component of future […]

Audrey Miller’s quotes: “Caregivers nearing retirement are often particularly affected” “It’s important for all caregivers to know they are not alone, that there are very helpful resources readily available to assist them.” Health concerns trump finances for Canadian boomers nearing retirement: 2013 RBC Retirement Myths & Realities Poll