ECaring Channel

Caregivers and care recipients share a special bond. This dyad is a privilege yet it can be a great challenge as well. The ECaring Channel is a web-based public education initiative committed to increasing awareness of family and caregiver issues that impact the lives of Canadians from coast to coast.

The focus of the ECaring Channel is creating videos for YouTube that recognize, inform and provide support and education to individuals, families, carers and their care recipients and to organizations doing work in this field. I will be sharing tips and information promised to save you time, stress, money and aggravation. Please subscribe and share.

If you would like to learn more about the Channel or to partner in the production of a video, contact us. 

Cognitive health: Symptoms, safeguards, and support with Leanne Kaufman, RBC Royal Trust, Dr. Samir Sinha, Sinai Health System, Audrey Miller, Elder Caring Inc.

audrey miller, eldercaring, rbc, 'Cognitive health:Symptoms, safeguards and support' interview with Dr. Samir Sinha on February 2, 2021A discussion on early signs of dementia and support for caregivers. This educational discussion focuses on understanding the various aspects of cognitive health, the impact it has on an individual and their caregiver, and how to protect oneself.

This event video is part of a series produced between The National Institute on Ageing, at Ryerson University and RBC Wealth Management Royal Trust. This strategic partnership is focused on educating and empowering older Canadians to achieve and sustain the lifestyle they wish through their retirement and later years.

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