Comfort Life - Your guide to retirement & care

Category: caregivers

Is living in a retirement home a positive thing?

Mar 28, 2012


Caring for Elderly Parents: How to Feel Positive

May 01, 2012

As a caregiver you constantly battle emotions and balance responsibilities and demands every day. But don't forget what brings you happiness.


Living Well With Dementia Photo Contest

May 24, 2012

There are almost 500,000 people living with dementia in Canada. Help increase awareness right now by entering the Living Well with Dementia Photo Contest. Read more...


My midlife crisis with a geriatric twist

May 29, 2012

NEW Column: Caring for my elderly mum has had more downs than ups this past year but there have been laughs too. Here's what I've learned.


Helping your aging parent when they have to give up driving

May 31, 2012

Giving up the independence of driving is one of the most difficult aspects of aging. This expert advice will help you to help your parent.


Create your caregiving experience, don't just react to it

Jun 07, 2012

Caring for elderly parents can make you frantic with no time for the things that bring you joy. Here's how to get some perspective.


Help the sandwich generation de-stress on Twitter!

Jun 19, 2012

Are you stressed out? Are you a member of the Sandwich Generation? Are you on Twitter? Join us for solutions and a fun tweetchat!


The Real Deal: Life at Seasons Retirement Homes

Jul 09, 2012

'Life at Seasons' showcases how this retirement community engages residents with fun activities and superb service that separate them from retirement homes of the past.


It's 11 o'clock. Do you know where your mother is?

Jul 05, 2012

What happens when you call your elderly mum to check in on her and she doesn't answer? And several minutes later she still doesn't?


Help the Sandwich Generation Downsize on Twitter!

Jul 10, 2012

Need help downsizing? You're not alone! Join our second "sandgen" Twitter chat on Wednesday, July 11th and we'll help each other!


Have a Drink! Mom's Retirement Home Trial Stay Was a Bust.

Jul 11, 2012

What do you do when you realize your mom's trial stay at the retirement home was a bust? Have a drink? Yikes!


Book Review: "Solace" by Walter St. John, Ed.D.

Sep 10, 2012

"Solace: How Caregivers and Others Can Relate, Listen, and Respond Effectively to a Chronically Ill Person" by Walter St. John is an exceptional resource for caregivers of the chronically ill. Read more...


Exciting Fall Events and Resources for Comfort Life Readers

Sep 20, 2012

Whether it's the Alzheimer's Society of Toronto's film premier of "Alive Inside", World Reflexology Week or tools from the National Institute for the Care of the Elderly - there's a lot going on for Comfort Life Readers! Read more...


Caring For Family Across The World

Sep 21, 2012

Elaine Morgan shares her experience of living far away from family and shares the stress and worry involved with trying to care for family across the world. Read more...


Technology for Seniors: Benefits for Older Adults and their Families

Apr 23, 2013

In this interview, Elizabeth Marques Kogan speaks with Steve Barlam from LivHome to learn about the different types of technologies available for seniors and the benefits of technology for seniors and their caregivers. Read more...


Having the Courageous Conversation About Long-Term Care

Jun 17, 2013

No one likes to have to have the ‘courageous conversation’ with their parents about the possibility of needing long-term care but Jane Baufus discusses why it's important to do it sooner than later. Read more...


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