As we age, it becomes more important to eat a nutritious, balanced diet. Here are some tips to fueling your body correctly with the right food choices.
If Mom or Dad has Alzheimer’s, travel can turn quite stressful for you as a caregiver. Here are some care travel tips to help ease your stress.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease of the central nervous system that affects over 100,000 Canadians. Caring for someone with MS.
Decluttering can provide a world of relief for Mom and Dad as they transition into the golden years. Here are seven compelling reasons to declutter.
Caring for an aging parent isn’t always easy – here are five tips to help guide you. Return the favour with Assurance Home Care. Contact us today!
Nearly 15% of Canadians 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Learn the Do's & Don'ts of dementia care.
Exercise has many health benefits for people of all ages, especially seniors. Here are 4 senior fitness ideas to get you through the summertime. Read on!
Caregiver stress is very real and can lead to serious health effects. Find out ways to care for yourself and prevent care giving stress.
Whether you’re looking for personal in-home care, a long term care facility or simply additional support for your family, here are a few tips.
Even though Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, it can come as a shock to our family and loved ones. Recognize the early signs.
No matter what age you are, studies prove that physical exercise is essential to keep your brain sharp and prevent memory loss. Stay active now!