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MoneySense Magazine, April/May 2012 The toughest choice: Dealing with an aging parent isn’t just emotionally difficult: it also involves a confusing array of services,from in-home care to nursing homes. By David Aston | From MoneySense Magazine, April/May 2012 Back in 2008, Lise Hafner and her two brothers sensed something was not quite right with their […]

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Family Feuding, October 4, 2011, Hosted by Dr. Gordon Atherley Audrey Miller is the founder and Managing Director of Elder Caring Inc. Dr. Renee Ruiter-Kohn provides various services including individual case management, interpersonal counselling and vocational counselling. Both have personal experience of family caregiving. They describe their work and the services they provide for families […]

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 […]

By: Michelle Roberts Esperanza Magazine Spring 2011 [excerpt from “Sandwich Stress] Julie H. knows all too well how hard it can be to juggle the needs of older relatives and kids at home. She recalls one moment in particular when she was squeezed between competing needs: “I was breastfeeding my baby, trying to chase my […]

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Vocational Rehabilitation Association of Canada Magazine Spring 2009 Audrey Miller is an entrepreneur who has moved from a rehabilitation practice into new territory: eldercare. Although Miller has both a bachelor and master’s degree in social work and is a Canadian Certified Life Care Planner, her roots are in vocational rehabilitation. She has her Canadian Certified […]

The Compassionate Employer- National Post October 2004By: Meg Federico The National Post’s Family Caregiver News Magazine Fall 2004 Dennis Fielding, Vice President of Kingsway Financial Services in Ontario knows first hand how stressful caregiving can be. Married, with a demanding career and three teen aged sons, Fielding found himself taking on more and more responsibility […]

By: Leslie Young Chatelaine Magazine, October 2006 Millions of Canadian daughters should be prepared to return to the nest to look after an aging parent. In fact, in addition to handling a full-time job and raising children, women in a caregiver role can count on spending twice as many hours a month(29)looking after a […]

By: Paul Irish Toronto Star, January 18, 2007 Officially, they’re called baby boomers – that huge bubble of kids born on the heels of World War II. But now, with the majority of them firmly entrenched in middle age, they’re being redubbed the “sandwich generation.” As the name suggests, they’re stuck between caring for […]

By: Sherri Nefsky The Canadian Jewish News February 10, 2005 It is hard to know when it is time to start worrying about the health and well being of aging parents and relatives. When is forgetting where they put something a cause for concern and when is it simply a lapse? When are changes in […]