The stairs in your home — the ones you climb up and down every day — can be dangerous. A large portion of Canadians who visit hospitals after a f...
CANADIAN VIRTUAL HOSPICE LAUNCHES CAREGIVING VIDEO SERIES
FOR NATIONAL CAREGIVERS DAY – APRIL 5, 2012
In recognition of National Caregiver’s Day...
Canadian Paraplegic Association Ontario
Paraplegia is the loss of sensation and movement in legs and in part or all of the trunk, usually resulting fro...
Muscular Dystrophy Canada is pleased and excited to announce that registration is now open for the Youth in Action Conference sponsored by Canada Safeway. Th...
Rehab hospital is unique
By Henrieta Paukov
Sister Amy holds the elevator door for a woman in a wheelchair. “How are you today?” she asks...
As a caregiver, you want to be reassured that your loved one is protected when you are not able to be with him. Looking at both home monitoring systems...
Lifting and transferring a family member from the bed to a wheelchair or commode and back again requires knowledge of how to lift properly to prevent back in...
When the new accessibility standards under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) take effect in just a few sho...
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