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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Good News for Dads on Father’s Day – Kids Care Almost as Much about Your Retirement as Mom’s

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    African American Grandfather, Father And Son Relaxing In Park Bayshore HealthCare surveys Canadians on commitment to keep dads 60-plus living independently in own home Toronto (June 9, 2014) – Dads in their 60′s and beyond have lots of practice playing second fiddle to mom. The good news is that 61 per cent of Canadians with fathers 60-plus believe they are responsible for taking care... Read More
  4. SickKids nurses compete in 11th annual Mississauga Dragon Boat Festival

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    IMG_7091 Funds raised will support cardiology at SickKids Toronto, ON – June 6 – The eleventh annual Dragon Boat Festival is taking place on June 8, 2014 at the mouth of the credit river in Port Credit at the Mississauga Canoe Club. This event promotes corporate team building, competition, and fun, while raising funds for local... Read More
  5. 3 Tips for Successful Heart Attack Recovery

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    After a major health episode like a heart attack, many sufferers choose to live a healthier lifestyle compared to their pre-heart attack life. Usually, before being discharged from the hospital, your physician will advise you on how you can continue your life in a heart-healthy way.  Remember, it can take several months for successful heart... Read More
  6. What Mom Really Wants for Mother’s Day: A Plan to Keep Her Living in Her Own Home

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Mother's-day-promo-2014-(3-generations-of-females)_LRRGB Bayshore HealthCare survey shows brunch and bouquets take back seat as mom gets older TORONTO, May 6, 2014 - Canadians with aging moms may want to rethink plans for Mother’s Day. Remaining living at home for as long as possible is the absolute top priority for 90 per cent of Canadian moms 55 and older, says a new... Read More
  7. Bayshore HealthCare Salutes Ontario Caregiver Coalition’s Victory in Caregiver Rights Legislation

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Passing of Bill 21 caps year-long campaign to ensure caregivers granted leave to care for ill loved ones Toronto (May 6, 2014) – Employees in Ontario may now have access to 8 weeks of unpaid leave as caregivers of family members, thanks to the unrelenting grassroots efforts by the Ontario Caregiver Coalition (OCC) to amend... Read More
  8. Bayshore HealthCare joins Hike for Hospice Palliative Care fundraiser for ninth consecutive year

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    hike 2014 - Anita All money raised will go directly to local communities to expand hospice palliative care services Mississauga, ON (May 5, 2014) – Bayshore HealthCare is embarking on its ninth consecutive campaign to raise money for local palliative care hospices across the country. Bayshore and its employees have raised $1.2 million over the past eight years to... Read More
  9. Tips for Recovering from a Car Accident

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Elderly woman in physiotherapy outdoors Being involved in a car accident is a very traumatic experience for anyone involved. You might be hurt physically and even mentally during the accident and even after the incident, the trauma can still continue. If you or a loved one has been involved in a recent car accident, there are tips to keep in... Read More
  10. How to Recognize the Signs of a Stroke

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Doctor with female patient If you or an aging loved one are at risk, it’s extremely important to learn how to recognize the signs of a stroke. Nowadays, this is becoming much more important because of the higher incidence of strokes throughout the world. There are millions of individuals that do not live a healthy lifestyle and might be... Read More