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  1. A New Year’s resolution inspired by Baddie Winkle

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Photo Cred: Baddie Winkle Happy New Year! Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? These are changes that are supposed to lead to a better, happier life but often people tend to make resolutions that are too much to manage which can lead to disappointment. So this year, let’s simply resolve to have fun. For a little inspiration, meet... Read More
  2. Tech gadgets revealed at CES 2015 for seniors

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Lertly1 The Consumer Electronic Show isn’t just a show for those Google-glass wearing tech aficianodos. Every year, more products are introduced targeting an aging demographic. Here’s a look at some developments that caught our attention this year. Smart hearing aid Siemens introduced a smart hearing aid at CES this year. Going to restaurants, parties, and even... Read More
  3. Partnership will allow healthcare professionals and clients to better connect

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    iStock_000023119528XLarge Toronto, ON (November 3,, 2014) – MD Home Call is pleased to partner with Bayshore HealthCare in the delivery of complimentary home healthcare services to patients in the Greater Toronto Area. Dr. Naila Karim, a physician with MD Home Call, says, “MD Home Call’s partnership with Bayshore HealthCare will help healthcare professionals on both sides... Read More
  4. pt Health Seniors Wellness announces integration with Bayshore Therapy & Rehab

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Happy-smiling-asian-senior-couple-portrait-(eOccupancy-postcard)_web Amalgamation will allow the company to provide care to thousands of clients across Canada  Mississauga, ON (October 14, 2014) – As part of pt Health’s journey of aligning with and amalgamating into Bayshore HealthCare Ltd., pt Health Seniors Wellness has officially joined Bayshore Therapy & Rehab, effective immediately. A leading physiotherapy and rehab organization, pt... Read More
  5. Bayshore HealthCare Ltd. acquires eOccupancy Senior Living

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Elderly-woman-with-caregiver-face-to-face-(eOccupancy-postcard)_web Acquisition strengthens Bayshore and eOccupancy’s ability to offer the highest quality of care for seniors Mississauga, ON (October 6, 2014) – In a continued effort to provide the highest quality of care and services to seniors across Canada, Bayshore HealthCare Ltd. is pleased to announce that, as of August 29, 2014, it has acquired eOccupancy... Read More
  6. Dementia Care: Preparing for the Future

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Trust me to take care of the elderly While caring for a loved one who has been diagnosed with dementia can be a devastating journey, and even an overwhelming experience at times, rest assured that you are not alone. Worldwide, approximately 44.4 million individuals are currently suffering from dementia. By 2030, that number is expected to increase to 75.6 million. Whether you’ve just... Read More
  7. Manulife and Bayshore Healthcare Ltd. to Introduce a Preferred Provider Network to Manage Specialty Drugs

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Waterloo - Manulife has entered into an exclusive partnership with one of Canada’s leading health care providers, Bayshore Healthcare Ltd, to deliver a Specialty Drug Care program. The program features drug case management services and a preferred provider network. Manulife’s Specialty Drug Care program is designed to enhance patient care for individuals managing complex medical... Read More
  8. What Types of Injury Rehabilitation Services Does Bayshore Offer?

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    iStock_000023119528XLarge Seeing a beloved parent, guardian or other loved one face difficulties because of a serious injury is heartbreaking. Seeing them frustrated because of an injury that makes it difficult or impossible for them to get around and take care of themselves is tough. The good news is that there are injury rehabilitation services that can... Read More
  9. Are You or a Loved One Suffering from an Acquired Brain Injury?

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Boy with Developmental Disability According to a recent study conducted by the Brain Injury Association of Canada (BIAC), more than 1.3 million Canadians are living with acquired brain injury (ABI), a condition that has become the number one cause of disability for people all over the world. Although this type of injury does not always result in long-term impairment,... Read More
  10. Millennials Not As Respectful to Seniors But Firmly Committed to Aging Parents and Grandparents

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    mature woman embracing senior woman Bayshore HealthCare survey shows 18-34 cohort quicker on car horn yet keen to care for loved ones Toronto (June 11, 2014) –  A quarter of Canadians aged 18 to 34 will switch checkouts at the grocery store if a senior is ahead of them and one in seven will honk at a senior who they... Read More