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Drummond report stresses home-based health care CBC News - Posted February 15, 2012
About a quarter of the 360 recommendations in Ontario's new austerity blueprint are aimed at health-care costs, with economist Don Drummond pushing to move services out of hospitals and toward home-based care.
Caring for elderly parents onerous Sarnia Observer – November 8, 2011
Bayshore Home Health is in the midst of a two-month Facebook campaign called Vote to Support Caregivers. The campaign calls for funding to establish temporary paid leave for workers struggling to provide care for elderly relatives.
Bayshore Home Health has made its way to Red Deer Red Deer Advocate – June 13, 2011
Bayshore Home Health’s recently-opened Red Deer, Alta., branch was proud to welcome 94-year old Louise Robertson as its first client. For many seniors like Robertson, home care is the difference between remaining at home or relocating to a long-term care facility.
Elderly care workers in it for the long-term Vancouver Sun – May 17, 2011
Farah Dokis, a nurse with Bayshore Home Health's Kitchener, Ont., branch, is among a unique group of health care professionals that's chosen to work with the elderly. It's a sector with growing demand for caregivers and many career opportunities.
Awards Ceremony to recognize first grads of "60-plus and going strong: Wellness 101" CTV News (Ottawa) – Wednesday November 24, 2010
Bayshore Home Health and Family Physiotherapy Centre in Ottawa awarded certificates to the first graduates of their free eight-week certificate course. The course, called "60-plus and going strong: Wellness 101", is designed for people 60 and older to promote long-term health, wellness and fall prevention in the home.
myNurse brings care to the door. Clients are guaranteed the same nurse. London Free Press – Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Earlier this year, Bayshore Home Health introduced its new myNurse program with the aim of prolonging independent living by allowing seniors or others to access professional health care in the comfort and convenience of their own homes. The program sends specially trained registered nurses into private residences to deliver a comprehensive health management program focusing on monitoring, planning and education.
Interview with Marie Graham, Area Director, Bayshore Home Health – Guelph Bayshore Home Health on Rogers TV – Inside Guelph – June 17, 2010
A health management program from Bayshore Home Health that sends specially trained registered nurses into private residences to deliver a comprehensive health management program focusing on health monitoring, planning and education.
Interview with Polina Philip, Registered Nurse, Bayshore Home Health – Toronto Bayshore Home Health on Rogers Daytime TV, Toronto – June 17, 2010
Stressing a proactive approach to personal health. Bayshore Home Health offers a health management program that helps prolong independent living and allows seniors to access professional health care in the comfort and convenience of their own homes.
Interview with Diane Moore, Bayshore Home Health Area Director – Oshawa Rogers TV, Daytime Oshawa – June 3, 2010
Stressing a proactive approach to personal health, opposed to a reactive one, the myNurse service sends specially trained registered nurses into private residences to deliver a comprehensive health management program focusing on health monitoring, planning and education.
Nursing offers a world of professional opportunities Kelowna.com – February 20, 2010
Now a manager of clinical practice for Bayshore Home Health in Vancouver, she [Zunobia Shafique] graduated from Kwantlen University College in Surrey, B.C. with a nursing degree and a keen interest in pursuing community work.
For seniors: home is where the hope is The National Post – January 25, 2010
The myNurse program [from Bayshore Home Health] was launched last year and assigns seniors a personal nurse who helps them plan and access services with the goal of helping them stay healthy and avoid having to move into assisted living or retirement homes.
Health care at home The Globe and Mail – December 12, 2009
Wendy Starr, primary caregiver for her 86-year-old mother, says that Bayshore’s new myNurse service provides a measure of relief in an otherwise difficult time.
Legions of unpaid caregivers in Canada need support The Globe and Mail – December 5, 2009
New strategies for health management and risk reduction, such as Bayshore’s new myNurse service, have the potential to dramatically increase wellness among older adults while reducing health care costs.
Baby boomers willing to provide financial help to aging parents Financial Post – July 6, 2009
Baby boomers have long had a dubious reputation for spawning the "Me" Generation but a survey from Bayshore Home Health finds many boomers more willing to give of their time and money than their aging parents might expect.
Interview with Holly Quinn, Bayshore Home Health’ Chief Nursing Officer CKWX 1130 Radio, Vancouver – May 20, 2009
Most adult children are worried their aging parents won’t have enough money for retirement, but are wiling to help out.
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Interview with Holly Quinn, Bayshore Home Health’ Chief Nursing Officer CFAX 1070 Radio, Victoria – May 20, 2009
Boomers and aging parents are not aligned on the care that parents require.
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