Give yourself a break

By  Barbara Grant It’s the New Year and all the magazine headlines and Internet stories exclaim this can be your Best Year Ever! This will be...

In sickness and in health

By Mary Ann Freedman In a fraction of a second a tiny blood vessel in the brain can burst and cause a stroke. The consequences...

Is Canada a caring society?

New report reveals progress and gaps in supporting family carers By Catherine Suridjan Over eight million carers (also referred to as family caregivers) impact the lives...

Communicating more effectively with the person you’re caring for

By Vivienne Epstein It is through our communication that we establish relationships. Think about all of the relationships you have and consider all of...

Connecting your circle of care

By Donna Thomson Today, my family uses technology to coordinate our son’s complex care in the community, but it wasn’t always so. Nicholas is 26...

Navigating the health and social system a challenging part of caregiving

Governments need to start investing in care navigators to ensure equitable access to publicly funded services and supports By Amélie Quesnel-Vallée and Miles Taylor It’s...