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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Bayshore HealthCare Again Named One of Canada’s Best Managed Companies

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Print Home care leader also retains its Platinum Club member status Mississauga, ON (March 25, 2014) – Bayshore HealthCare Ltd. is pleased to announce that it has earned its second consecutive Platinum Club member designation with Canada’s Best Managed Companies program, a designation awarded to organization that have maintained their Best Managed title for six straight... Read More
  4. What are the Benefits of Hiring a Live-In Caregiver?

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    iStock_000021878692Medium There are many families that are considering hiring a caregiver to aid in taking care of their loved ones when they cannot take care of themselves. Hiring a live-in caregiver can often be less expensive in comparison to putting your family members in a nursing home, long-term care facility or paying for extended hospital stays.... Read More
  5. Signs and Symptoms of Osteoporosis

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Article 6 Generally, bones are constantly regenerating, but this process slows down considerably in the latter years of life. One of the tell-tale signs of osteoporosis is that bones fracture easily, due to their reduced density. Bones can become weak and brittle. The condition affects mainly the spine, hips and wrists. Chronic back pain is also a... Read More
  6. New Website Offers Canadians Help to Navigate the Complex Health Care System

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    home page Bayshore HealthCare launches bayshore.ca designed to provide easy access information Mississauga, ON (February 25, 2014) – Bayshore HealthCare, Canada’s largest national provider of community health care services, is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, bayshore.ca. The new site helps seniors and their families navigate the health care system by simplifying the experience... Read More
  7. Here’s to Your Health – Podcast

    Written by: Bayshore HomeHealth


  8. Bayshore Specialty Rx Pharmacy Awarded Vendor of Medical Infusion Equipment and Supplies

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Doctor with female patient Partnership with Waterloo Wellington CCAC allows Bayshore to further support Ontarians Mississauga (Feb. 19, 2014) – Bayshore Specialty Rx Pharmacy, a division of Bayshore HealthCare Ltd., announced today a two-year partnership with Waterloo Wellington Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) to act as its vendor for medical supplies, infusion equipment and infusion related supplies starting May... Read More
  9. Is Independent Living Right for Your Aging Loved One?

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Grandparents-Asian-LowRes Independent living is often very important to an aging family member or parents, providing them dignity, freedom and a meaningful lifestyle. Bayshore HealthCare provides outstanding home-care services to the elderly. Our service is professional and of the highest standard. Our dedicated staff members are passionate when it comes to caring for your loved one, and... Read More
  10. One in 5 Canadians Visit Elderly Loved Ones Twice a Year at Most, Citing Busy Lives and Distances

    Written by: Michelle Nicols

    Man Cane 11119487 British Columbians least likely to make the trip, people in Atlantic Canada the most frequent visitors Mississauga (Jan. 15, 2014) – Forty-three per cent of all Canadians manage to visit elderly loved ones at least once a week, but rising family and work obligations and travel time are putting such commitments out of reach for... Read More