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Tips for Looking After Your Elderly Parents and Grandparents During the Winter Season Everybody loves the holidays and the New Year. Whether it’s getting together with family, giving gifts to one another, and eating delicious meals together, everyone enjoys getting together with the people they care about every year to celebrate each other and the …

Top 5 Ways to Keep Your Elderly Parents Safe Having an elderly parent has always been a struggle between monitoring their safety while keeping a close eye on them, to giving them the freedom to live on their own and being independent. After all, they’re retired and have their entire day to spend enjoying themselves …

Combating the Holiday Blues this Thanksgiving As Thanksgiving approaches, many of us look forward to spending time together, taking part in winter activities with family and friends. For many seniors however, the holidays can mean increased anxiety and depression as they think of holidays past or loved ones who are no longer alive. Not living …

Are You a Senior Care Organization? Find out how Claris Companion Can Help All senior care organizations, whether they provide caregivers who work in private homes or run assisted living facilities, face the challenge of providing safe, quality care while keeping costs down and driving efficiencies. Here is our list of Top 10 ways the …

Avoiding Caregiver Burnout: Tips to make caregiving easier and save time… Almost One-Third of Adults in North America are Caregivers There are the everyday heroes in our families and in our communities. In the U.S, one-third of all U.S households provide unpaid care for someone else*. In Canada, 28% of Canadians (aged 15 and up) …

A Guide to Getting Older Seniors Online Imagine your life without email, text messaging, photo sharing, or for that matter a computer at all. If you’re like me, some days this sounds pretty ideal. But then consider all of the missed interactions with friends and family or the world of information that would suddenly become …

By Willow Toccata My former husband had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease four years ago (age 67), although I am certain that he had been living with it for at least another three to four years before that.  It was clear that he was not coping well with life anymore (living on his own) and …

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