D/ Sgt Leslie Raymond, MSW, Abuse Issues Coordinator, Central Region, Ontario Provincial Police, discusses Power of Attorney Investigations.
Elaine Blades, Director Fiduciary Products and Services at Scotiatrust, discusses Powers of Attorney for Property and Personal Care.
Valerie Rowley of Apple Ridge Farm discusses being a healthy, active senior in a rural setting.
Within this generation, an extra 30 years have been added to our life expectancy — and these years aren’t just a footnote or a pathology.
Brain researcher Jill Bolte Taylor studied her own stroke as it happened — and has become a powerful voice for brain recovery.
Athlete Janine Shepherd was rendered a partial paraplegic when she was hit by a truck during an Olympic training bike ride. Doctors didn’t expect her to recover. But she not only learned to walk again — she learned to fly.
Taking care of an elderly parent is something that every child knows they will have to do at some point. But not everyone anticipates becoming a caregiver for a parent before they have a family, career or life of their own.
Kelli Swazey examines how religious and spiritual practices form group identity, and play a vital role in structuring the interactions of individuals within a culture.
In “The Cost of Hope,” Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Amanda Bennett brings an investigative angle to the conversation about end-of-life care.
“If your parents can still talk to you, please listen. You never know when will be the last time.”