Why People no Longer Prefer Conventional Retirement

Listen to Episode Did you know that according to the Stats Canada report from 2018, over 30% of the people aged 60 and above worked or were looking for work? Over fifty percent of these older adults who were working or looking for work did it only out of necessity....

When Is The Right Time To Get Palliative Care?

Listen to Episode When one is diagnosed with any “Big-ticket clinical illness.” With the onset of health issues like dementia heart failure, culinary fibrosis, any cancers of significance, Parkinson’s disease, etc. Listen to your heart And we know if...

The Difference Between “Being Alive” And “Living A Life.”

Listen to Episode The purpose of palliative care is to bring value within the life you are living. When a person is asked about their best days in the year gone by, he doesn’t mention the 11 months he went to work, rather he talks about the one month of vacation he...

What Does Palliative Care Mean?

Listen to Episode Did you know that 75% of Canadians want to die in their homes? Also, a new report by the Canadian Institute for health information stated that people who choose palliative home care services in the last year of their lives are 2.5 times more likely...

Tips On How To Motivate Older Adults To Be More Active

Listen to Episode Did you know that according to aging.com, every eleven seconds, an older adult ends up in the emergency room due to a fall? More than three hundred thousand people are hospitalized each year from broken hips, and about 95% of the fractures are the...

Symptoms of Dementia and Tips for Caregivers

Listen to Episode Did you know that according to the statistics from a Canada report of 2016, 340,000 Canadians were living with Dementia? 50% of the time, the primary caregiver was a spouse! It affects their marriage; it affects their family; it affects the finances;...

Preserving Dignity in Dementia

Listen to Episode Did you know that family caregivers of people with Dementia are often called the invisible second patient? They are critical to the quality of the care recipients, and the effects of being a family caregiver, though sometimes positive, are generally...

How Can Caregivers Use Music Towards Dementia Care?

Listen to Episode At All Things Seniors, we talk to experts who share their valuable advice and resources to care for the elderly, especially those who suffer from long term illnesses. Dementia (place a link for dementia) is one of them. Our guest, Mary Sue, requests...

5 Reasons Why Music Helps in Dementia Care

Listen to Episode Did you know that there are close to 10 million new cases of dementia each year worldwide? That means there is one new case of dementia every three seconds. That’s scary if not worrying. It is not a country-specific but a worldwide challenge....