Caregiver Burnout

Originally posted @allaboutestates.ca April 5 was Provincial Family Caregiver Day. Regardless of ones’ age and background, caregiving has its challenges. I know that readers of this blog come from different provinces. I am not sure if we have followers from different countries and if so, we welcome hearing from you. However, regardless of where you […]

Originally published at rbcadvicecentre.com   Seniors Finance and Caregiving As we age, we face new challenges and have different financial needs. Seniors Finance and Care is a new part of the RBC Advice Centre where we will be sharing advice and information on a range of topics that are relevant for Seniors and their families […]

Originally published at allaboutestates.ca June 4, 2013: June is Senior’s Month and on the 15th of June, the UN has declared World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Thanks to the Ontario government, Elder Abuse Awareness Workshops are taking place across the Province. I had the pleasure of participating in the 50+ Festival on ‘Stopping Elder Abuse’ […]

Avoiding Caregiver Burnout

by Audrey Miller on April 9, 2013

in Uncategorized, VBlog

Watch and listen to my Vlog on avoiding caregiver burnout.

March 14, 2012, Allaboutestates.ca I am frequently asked about payment of family members who have assumed a primary caregiving role. While there is no one answer, there are a few key considerations 1) What does the parent need? 2) What are the tasks that the family member would be doing? Note that what is needed […]