Keep up the battle to get your parents to meet with a lawyer. You will all be thankful and have greater peace of mind.
I enjoy speaking to groups on a variety of caregiving issues.
I am making my grandmother feel wonderful, valued and beautiful. It is a gift not only to her but also to me.
Gayle is thoroughly enjoying her retirement. She and her husband moved back to her home town after having lived in Toronto for 40 years. Gayle is very active in her community and loves her life. Take a moment to hear what keeps Gayle busy and what important messages she shares about having a successful retirement.
Health care lawyer Mary Jane Dykeman is an expert on a broad range of health law matters, including risk management and strategic advice; mental health, consent, capacity and substitute decision-making; health information and privacy; corporate/commercial, and health research. Please take a moment to listen to her podcast to learn more about Ontario POA laws.
Phyllis Quinlan discusses Advanced Illness Management and how it relates to caregiving in this vlog.
One of the most difficult and complex things one will ever do in life is be a caregiver for a terminally ill loved one. As a caregiver, the burden that we carry is almost too much to bear at times.
Making space for crucial conversations.
David has a very positive attitude toward life and his retirement.
Capacity is a very important topic when dealing with POA issues.