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  1. Winter Safety Tips for Seniors

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    Winter Safety Tips for Seniors by Bayshore HealthCare We all feel the chill when winter blusters in, but seniors are particularly vulnerable to the risks posed by snow, ice and plunging temperatures. This season, take extra precautions to avoid the following problems: Slips and falls Snow and ice make sidewalks, steps and driveways slippery. Clear these areas, ask your loved one’s neighbours for...

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  2. A Senior Needs More Care: Know the Signs

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    Bayshore HealthCare Living out the golden years with a healthy mind, body and soul is a dream and a goal for many seniors. But a debilitating illness, an emotional setback or simply the aging process can make day-to-day tasks challenging and life less manageable for an elderly loved one. So getting them some help, to maintain their...

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  3. Warning Signs of Heart Disease and Stroke

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    Warning signs of heart disease and stroke resized An estimated 70,000 Canadians suffer from heart attacks each year, with 16,000 Canadians dying as a result. It is important to learn to recognize the signs of a heart attack so you can react quickly and save a life. The warning signs of a heart attack are below: Chest discomfort (noticeably uncomfortable chest pressure, tightness,...

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  4. Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    Caring-for-someone-with-Alzheimers-Disease1-e1452628359624 Educate yourself about the disease. Read books, attend workshops and consult with health care professionals. Learn caregiving techniques. Key areas are communication skills, safety concerns and managing behavioral challenges and activities of daily living. Understand the experience of your loved one. Adjust your expectations. Be patient and kind. Avoid caregiver burnout. Make time for yourself....

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  5. Reducing Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    iStock_000015147685XXLarge WHILE THERE IS NO WAY TO PREVENT ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE, you can reduce your risk by making the right lifestyle choices for your body and brain in order to age successfully. The brain is one of a human’s most vital organs as it plays a role in every action and every thought we have and just...

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  6. Working together to support people with Dementia

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Bayshore Healthcare Stasia Hartley, Bayshore Area Director for Victoria (left) with Lauren Welsler, of BC Alzheimer Society and Terra Munro of the Sidney All Care Residence. Bayshore’s Sidney branch (a satellite of the Victoria branch) has partnered with the Alzheimer Society of BC to educate communities about creating accessible, inclusive spaces for people with dementia. Dementia-Friendly Communities,...

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  7. 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Bayshore Healthcare 10 warning signs of Alzheimer disease. Whether you’re experiencing possible symptoms or are concerned for someone you care about, the Alzheimer Society has developed the following list of signs to look for: 1. Memory loss that disrupts daily life. One of the most common signs of Alzheimer’s disease is memory loss, especially short-term. 2. Challenges in planning or solving problems. Some...

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  8. National Holiday Contest for Bayshore’s Caregivers

    Written by: Harpreet Agand

    Bayshore HealthCare It’s that time of year again: the gift-giving season is upon us. While embracing the holiday spirit, this December we decided to celebrate our caregivers for their exceptional dedication to continued quality care, service and the overall well-being of our Bayshore clients. Through our national holiday contest, our caregivers were given a chance to win 1 of 3...

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  9. Syrian Crisis motivates Bayshore HealthCare employees to fundraise

    Written by: TDG

    Project Hope Donation The employees of Bayshore HealthCare, headquartered in Mississauga, were like many Canadians, moved by the plight of the Syrian refugees. Beyond only being moved, they became motivated to try to help in a very real way. The over 1,000 administrative staff at the local head office and other offices across the country, held a variety...

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  10. A Senior Needs More Care: Know the Signs

    Written by: TDG

    Bayshore HealthCare Living out the golden years with a healthy mind, body and soul is a dream and a goal for many seniors. But a debilitating illness, an emotional setback or simply the aging process can make day-to-day tasks challenging and life less manageable for an elderly loved one. So getting them some help, to maintain their...

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