In the Media


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. Audrey Miller in action at Verity Club presentation Caring for our Parents Today and Tomorrow

Audrey Miller in action at Verity Club presentation Caring for our Parents Today and Tomorrow


One in Four Caregivers Taking On Caregiving Responsibilities: Stats Can

Interview by Jennifer Paterson,  Benefits Canada  January 10, 2020

In 2018, 25 per cent of Canadians, or 7.8 million people, aged 15 and older provided care to a family member or friend with a long-term health condition, a physical or mental disability or problems related to aging, according to data published this week by Statistics Canada. Read  One in four Canadians


Interview by: Elizabeth Naumovski, CM

As our parents age, we face a variety of concerns such as their deteriorating health. Are they capable to live alone & are they well taken care of.


Investment Executive: Parental Guidance

By: Catherine Harris, October 26, 2018

Do you have clients who have aging parents? Do you know how to help these clients prepare for what may lie ahead? Although this issue is not strictly included in your mandate as a financial advisor, there’s a lot you can do. Read Parental Guidance

Elder care or your small business: Which gets priority?

by Denise Deveau, May 16, 2018, The Financial Post

Lidia Vetturetti has had two moments in her life when her marketing research business, Pulse Group Inc., almost came to a grinding halt….. This time she opted to get advice from an elder care specialist to explore her options. Read: Elder care or your small business: Which gets priority?

How does Hawaii’s new caregiver bill measure up against Canada’s new EI benefit?

by Jennifer Paterson | January 8, 2018 Benefits Canada

As Hawaii introduces new legislation to provide working caregivers with a daily stipend of US$70 to offset the costs of elder care, how does it measure up against Canada’s new employment insurance caregiver benefit?   Read: How does Hawaii’s new caregiver bill measure up? 

The Role Played by the Family Caregiver

The family caregiver plays a key role in supporting the very fabric of Canadian society. The most recent Census data tells us that 28% of all Canadians provide unpaid care to a family member or friend. If you are reading this article, chances are you are or know someone close to you who is a family carer. Read The Role Played by the Family Caregiver October 16, 2017

Planning for the Cost of Care

Third in a six-part series on retirement planning by Denise Deveau, Postmedia, December 3, 2016

Circumstances beyond your control can run even the best-laid retirement plans off course.   One of those often-unforeseen circumstances can be the cost of medical care, and Audrey Miller has seen her fair share of retirees who’ve been blindsided by it.  The founder and managing director of national consulting firm Elder Caring Inc. in Toronto, says many people she sees simply haven’t put in the work to plan for Planning for the Cost of Care, National Post Dec 1 2016



With many Canadians struggling to balance their work responsibilities with their duties as caregivers for loved ones, employers are facing the challenge of how to step up and offer support.

“Business has to come to the table and take a proactive role. Besides it being the right thing to do, it makes economic sense,” says Audrey Miller, founder and managing director of Elder Caring Inc.  Continue… how to suppport working caregivers.

Long-distance caregivers of the elderly torn between two locations

Life after retirement: Health care costs require careful planning

 Audrey Miller, Special to Financial Post | May 13, 2015 11:44 AM ET

Health is the one factor that advisers do not often take into account when aiding families with financial planning.

The press has been writing about the greying of our population and how many of us are now living well into our 90s. Close to one in four persons in Canada will be aged 65 and over by 2030, compared to just 15.3 per cent in 2013, according to Statistics Canada. However, when planning for retirement…

February 24, 2015.
Jane Teasdale and I were interviewed on Rogers Day Time Television with Val Cole discussing the needs of our aging parents and the benefits of Elder Caring Plus.


DayTime Television

DayTime Television

Financial Post
Read about our Wellness Binder in today’s Financial Post 

Globe and Mail, ‘Small Business Challenge’ (October 2015) Elder Caring wins honourable-mention Telus small biz challenge


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