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Doing Things You Weren’t Trained To Do: A Caregiver’s Perspective

May 16, 2016
“It all sounded pretty straightforward. When Carole Ann Alloway’s husband was told he was a candidate for ankle replacement surgery, they thought he would have the operation, spend three months recovering, and be back to normal.Instead, he developed a persistent infection and ended up undergoing nine surgeries over five years" ...


Learning to Look After Yourself

May 9, 2016
“Caregiving doesn’t come with a training manual.”
"That’s how Jenny Hardy explains the introduction of a new eight-week course for caregivers 55 years and older. The course will be offered by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) at several locations in Toronto" ...


May 16, 2016

http://mygrief.ca/

An online support for people working through grief and loss or supporting someone who is grieving. It is free for Canadians and confidential.

May 9, 2016

Do all caregivers matter?

Young caregivers have distinct needs, and yet there’s a reluctance to recognize those needs. This article explores why.

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