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Podcast Support

Here in British Columbia, Canada, where Simplify Caring is based there is an excellent support organization called Family Caregivers of British Columbia. You’ll find heaps of resources and a very…

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Caregivers, Technology and COVID-19

From the Canadian Home Care Association Providing care for a loved-one, friend or family members can be challenging. What caregivers’ think, feel and do make up their unique experiences. COVID-19…

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Program aims to keep seniors out of nursing homes

What is PACE? The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE®) is a comprehensive, fully integrated, provider based health plan for the frailest and costliest members of our society…

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UBC and Active Aging

UBC researchers Drs. Heather McKay and Joanie Sims-Gould have created UBC’s Active Aging Research Team. “Through co-leadership of a large number of community-based initiatives such as the Re-imagine Aging research…

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Your Little Office

What does your in-my-dreams, personal, tiny office space look like? I found this article online with beautifully designed examples! My favorite is in the picture. A few years ago I…

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Summer Reading: Financial Planning!

Not the topic you’d consider for summer reading? As a caregiver and a person who chooses to not just trip along from one chapter of life to another, you’ll find…

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New Words

This is an excerpt from an eldercare discussion forum. The issues, the questions, the new knowledge we wish we’d had, well, yesterday! “…What you’re doing, and what we’re all doing,…

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Not Police. Not Hospital. Then Who?

I have a friend who called recently, asking me to come over immediately! Her husband is living with the early stages of dementia and his day had been a rough…

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