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  1. Accommodating Employees with Early Onset Dementia

    Written by: Dunham

    Two employees talking together While much less prevalent in adults younger than 65, dementia can strike people in their prime working years. Early onset dementia, also known as young onset dementia, can impact people in their 30s, 40s and 50s and accounts for an estimated 2% to 8% of all dementia cases, according to the Alzheimer Society of Canada....

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  2. Creative Ways for Seniors to Eat More Protein

    Written by: Dunham

    happy middle aged couple cooking Eating a well-balanced diet is an important part of a senior’s health and wellness, as nutrition needs change as they age. Research suggests that those of us who eat the right amount of protein may have a lower risk of stroke, and seniors who eat protein at all three meals daily could experience reduced muscle...

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  3. Bayshore HealthCare partners with Calian Group…

    Written by: Dunham

    Bayshore HealthCare partners with Calian Group in health support contracts with the Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Veterans Affairs Canada MISSISSAUGA, ON (October 5, 2017) — Bayshore HealthCare today announced that it has joined Calian Group for the provision of health support services to the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) under the Health...

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  4. Mental health matters: Depression in seniors

    Written by: Dunham

    senior gazing out window while watched by caregiver Do you know an older adult who might be at risk for depression? Depression is a medical condition that affects a person’s feelings, thoughts, behaviour and physical health. It is more than just feelings of sadness or feeling “the blues”; if not treated, depression can cause or worsen other health problems, and it can have...

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  5. Creative Ways for Seniors to Enjoy Autumn

    Written by: Dunham

    seniors playing in leaves Autumn is an inspiring time of the year to express yourself creatively through art, cooking, and connecting with nature. As summer becomes autumn, the cool crisp air is perfectly offset by the warm tones of the changing leaves, and you can look forward to every chance to wrap ourselves in cozy sweaters and add a...

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  6. Elder Abuse: Raising Awareness of a worldwide scandal

    Written by: Dunham

    senior looking out window As the baby boom generation ages, the number of elder abuse cases will inevitably increase – all the more reason to explore this growing problem and raise awareness in order to help change attitudes and behaviours. Learning to recognize the types, signs and symptoms of elder abuse is the first step to prevention. Elder abuse...

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  7. Innovations for Alzheimer’s and Dementia

    Written by: Dunham

    Sad Senior woman on bed With Alzheimer’s and dementia on the rise, many companies and organizations have invested in research and development for new concepts, products and techniques to help those who are diagnosed with this disease. There are even many services dedicated to supporting individuals living with the disease—for example, more than 400 Bayshore caregivers are trained and certified...

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  8. Eye care for seniors

    Written by: Dunham

    Are you doing everything you can to protect your vision? As people get older, changes in eyesight are common. Starting in our 40s, we might notice that our eyes feel drier, colours look less vibrant or it’s harder to read small print, according to the Canadian Association of Optometrists. Not all vision changes are a...

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  9. Bayshore improves support for Canadians living with dementia

    Written by: Dunham

    seniors and caregiver playing game “Dementia ” describes a group of symptoms caused by disorders that affect the brain. These symptoms can include memory loss, problems with thinking, behavioural changes, mood changes and communication difficulties. Symptoms can become severe enough to affect a person’s ability to perform everyday activities. Memory loss is not uncommon as people age, but dementia is...

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  10. The Benefits of Pets for Seniors

    Written by: Dunham

    Senior with dog It’s no secret that a dog is man’s best friend – philosopher Henry David Thoreau believed “it often happens that a man is more humanely related to a cat or a dog than to any human being.” Pets and seniors make a perfect match not only because pets encourage staying active and getting exercise, but...

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