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Ongoing COVID-19 Response

Ongoing COVID-19 Response

Message from Bruce Mahony, Executive Director: I am writing to provide a brief overview of how our Central Toronto office of Home Instead Senior Care continues to operate our home care services through this challenging time.
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Home Instead Toronto is expanding its charitable giving with GIVE65

Make this holiday season the best ever for Toronto seniors

Residents Aged 65 and Over is Expected to Double For the first time in history, there are now more Torontonians over the age of 65 than children aged 15 and under. Looking ahead, the 500,000 plus
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Celebrate Seniors with GIVE65

Celebrate Seniors with GIVE65

65-Hour Fundraising Campaign to Benefit Seniors June is Seniors Month and for the first time in history there are more Torontonians over the age of 65 than children aged 15 and under.  Looking ahead, the number
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Planning for the Future - Senior Care Plan

Senior Care Plan – Planning for the Future

Senior Care Plan – By Mary Ann Freedman Conversations between Older Adults and Their Adult Children Are Needed Today many Canadians are preparing to live a long life. Average life expectancy has grown from 68 in
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Lisa and Bruce Mahony were on the cover and inside of: Neighbours of Yorkville and the Annex this month about being a caregiver.

Are you a Family Caregiver?

Advice to help you cope and stay healthy as a caregiver Much is being written about caring for a loved one, but there is hardly a topic more complicated and heartbreaking than this caregiver topic for
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Home Instead Senior Care in Toronto believes that dementia care begins with education and knowledge

Dementia Knowledge, Five Ways to Improve

Bill Gates recently announced that he’s donating $100 Million to research into Dementia. In a blog post published on November 13, Gates announced that he’d be donating $50 Million of his own money to the UK-
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New Research Reveals Working Women Experience Stigma Due to Caregiving - Senior In Home Care Toronto

Working Women Experience Stigma Due to Caregiving

New Research Reveals Working Women Experience Stigma Due to Caregiving Home Instead Senior Care Offers Resources to Support Employees Caring for Aging Parents By Mary Ann Freedman Home Instead Senior Care Stigma Due to Caregiving: A
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