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  • MISSISSAUGA, ON (December 27, 2017) – CAREpath, a division of Bayshore Healthcare Ltd., has been selected by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care to improve patient care at home and in the community. As part of a Health Innovation Team, CAREPath will be working with Southlake Regional Health Centre, MedChart Inc., Sunnybrook... Read More The post CAREpath selected as Health Innovati...

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  • As you recently heard, Bayshore has partnered with Calian to provide health support services to the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC). Bayshore strives to make a difference in people’s lives and there is none more deserving of excellent health care services than those who offer... Read More The post Bayshore’s Medical Personne...

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  • Feelings of restlessness are common for seniors during the colder months – if you’re itching to change things up this winter, there are many creative activities you can do comfortably indoors while the snow falls outside. From imaginative crafts, to mouthwatering recipes, to productive projects around the house, here is a list that is sure... Read More The post Winter Activity Ideas for Seniors ...

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  • Researchers have long explored how music affects the mind. For example, can listening to music boost academic performance, alleviate depression or help kids become better learners? Several studies have shown that music can influence our ability to think, learn and remember – and even connect with the people around us. One fascinating area of research... Read More The post Dementia and the power ...

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  • It’s common for older adults to forget things now and then. Age-associated memory impairment happens to almost 40% of people over age 65, according to the Alzheimer Society of Canada. While occasional forgetfulness is a normal part of aging, Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia are not. They are progressive conditions that cause damage... Read More The post Preventing Alzheimer’s and ...

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  • How seniors can prepare for the transition from hospital to community A hospital discharge is the process of moving a patient back into the community. Whether the patient returns home or goes to a different health-care facility, it’s important to plan ahead and make the transition as safe and smooth as possible. Patients are discharged... Read More The post Going home safely: The Hospital Transi...

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  • Make room for the new year:  people living with dementia As we approach the beginning of 2018, it’s a perfect time to set goals, make changes and get inspired for the year to come. It always feels good to purge extra stuff, donate old items, clean out closets and reorganize shelves. Decluttering is a great... Read More The post Decluttering Tips for Seniors appeared first on Bayshore HealthCare.

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  • Canadian Home Care Association recognizes Bayshore HealthCare for its commitment to digital technologies to improve patient care MISSISSAUGA, ON (December 7th, 2017) — The Canadian Home Care Association (CHCA) has nominated Bayshore HealthCare as one of their #OnesToFollow among organizations advocating for increased digital home health care. Digital tools and apps are changing how patients... R...

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  • Great gift ideas for people living with dementia Finding the perfect gift for everyone on your holiday list or for a special occasion is a great feeling, especially when you see someone’s face light up when they open it. It is particularly rewarding when the gift is for a loved one with dementia. There are... Read More The post Great gift ideas for people living with dementia appeared first on B...

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  • My mom seems to be losing her balance a lot. What can I do? It’s worrisome to see a parent or loved one lose their balance and risk an injury from a fall. Problems with walking (gait) and balance are common in older adults but are not inevitable. There are effective interventions to improve balance... Read More The post Addressing balance problems in older adults and preventing falls appeared fi...

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  • According to Statistics Canada[1], 8 million people across Canada have taken on the role of caring for an aging or health-challenged loved one. Most of us, at some point in our lives, will act as a caregiver for an elder family member. As a family caregiver, there will be many deeply rewarding experiences. At the... Read More The post The Role of a Family Caregiver in the Lives of Canadian Senio...

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  • Eating healthy, delicious, yet affordable meals every day can often be a challenge. With winter around the corner, a slow cooker is an ideal appliance to have in your kitchen to help you prepare nutritious and delicious meals. What’s great about cooking with it is that preparation is typically a one-step process, it saves time,... Read More The post Healthy Winter Slow Cooker Recipes for Seniors...

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  • MISSISSAUGA, ON (20 November 2017) – Stuart Cottrelle, President of Bayshore HealthCare, was inducted into the Canadian Healthcare Marketing Hall of Fame and presented with the prestigious Phil Diamond Award for exemplary and longstanding community service. He recently received the recognition at the 11th Annual Pharmaceutical Congress, held in Mississauga. As Canada’s largest stage for... Read ...

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  • Bayshore HealthCare purchases Qualicum Beach-based Elder Life Advocacy and In Home Care and opens new location on Vancouver Island VICTORIA, BC (16 November 2017) – Bayshore HealthCare announced today that it has acquired Elder Life Advocacy and In Home Care. The sale was effective September 1st and involved the transition of 21 care workers and... Read More The post Bayshore HealthCare acquires...

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  • How technology is enhancing the patient experience Across Canada[1], digital health is transforming the way people receive health care. Digital tools and apps are changing how patients and physicians interact. They’re helping physicians make decisions and improving collaboration between health teams. They’re also boosting patient safety and empowering Canadians to manage their own health. Bayshore...

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  • Aging Alone: How “elder orphans” can prepare for the future “Elder orphans” is a term used for seniors who live alone in the community, with no partner, children or other people to support or care for them. Elder orphans may also be socially or physically isolated, adding to their vulnerability. The number of elder orphans... Read More The post Aging Alone: How “elder orphans” can prepare for th...

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  • There are several milestones in our lives that are accompanied with a special talk or conversation. These informal talks are delivered with solemnity, sometimes with humour, almost always with affection and occasionally with nervousness. They occur at the cusp of change that symbolizes transition – perhaps in maturity or level of responsibility and sometimes because... Read More The post When It...

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  • The Neurological Rehabilitation Institute of Ontario named ‘Rehab Company of the Year’ by Ontario Brain Injury Association MISSISSAUGA, ON (October 25, 2017) — The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) has recognized the accomplishments of the Neurological Rehabilitation Institute of Ontario (NRIO) by naming it the ‘Rehab Company of the Year.’ NRIO is a division of... Read More The post The NR...

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  • What you need to know about common skin conditions affecting seniors As we get older, our skin changes: it looks and feels different, it’s more sensitive, and it’s more vulnerable to injury. Understanding these changes will help you protect and care for aging skin, whether for yourself or a loved one. Common skin conditions in... Read More The post How your skin changes with age appeared first o...

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  • 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.... Read More The post Accommodating Employees with Early Onset Dementia appear...

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  • 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... Read More The post Creative Ways for Seniors to Eat More Protein appeared first on ...

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  • 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... Read More The post Bayshore H...

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  • 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... Read More The post Mental health matters: Depression in seniors appeare...

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  • 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... Read More The post Creative Ways for Seniors to Enjoy Autumn appeared first on Ba...

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  • 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... Read More The post Elder Abuse: Raising Awareness of a worldwide sca...

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  • 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... Read More The post Inn...

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Eye care for seniors

  • 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... Read More The post Eye care for seniors appeared first on Bayshore HealthCar...

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  • “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... Read More The post Bayshor...

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