Sandwich generation

Psychologica Interview: January 2015

by Audrey Miller on February 2, 2015

in In the Media

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 […]

Jane and Charlie celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary a few months ago. They have continued to live in their two-story family home and seemed to be managing fairly well. Charlie was still driving and both had remained active with volunteer work, attending lectures, other day-to-day activities and occasional babysitting of their grandchildren. When visiting one […]

Has your mom refused to let the caregiver in? Is Dad not accepting of your offer to help? Parents don’t feel they need anything?

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 […]

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