Why In-Home Nursing and Post-Retirement professionals are the Best Choices

In-Home nursing and post-retirement professionals

Are you or a loved one considering in-home post-retirement or nursing care? Our Promyse Home Care professional caregivers will be able to give you the best care! What qualifies an in-home care professional to provide you or a loved one with the best care possible?  All of our in-home care professionals are medically trained, and […]

The Significance of Foot Care for Senior Loved Ones

Foot Care for Seniors

Foot care for our senior loved ones is integral to their health. Taking care of their feet and checking for problems has many benefits. The importance of staying active Being able to walk easily is essential, especially for our senior loved ones, and walking is a great way to keep fit. Foot problems can quickly […]

Keeping our Senior Loved Ones on their Feet

Keeping our Senior Loved Ones on their Feet

Among Canadian seniors, falls remain the leading cause of injury-related hospitalizations and between 20% and 30% of seniors fall each year, with the numbers rising. Falls and associated outcomes harm the injured individuals and affect family, friends, care providers and the health care system. Falls can lead to negative mental health outcomes such as fear […]

How to Eat and Be Healthy After a Stroke

How to Eat and Be Healthy After a Stroke

After a stroke, it might be harder to get all the nutrients you need. Your healthcare provider can assure you are getting good nutrition. Healthy eating can improve your health and reduce your risk of having another stroke. After a stroke, there may be conditions that make it difficult to eat and drink, such as: […]

How to choose an in-home Healthcare Provider

How to choose an in-home Healthcare Provider

At some point in time, when you and your family call in additional support for the senior members of your family. When looking at in-home care options, it’s essential to feel safe, comfortable, and independent. The right home care provider will give you and your loved ones all the aspects of home, companion, and, if […]

Can you Hear Me

Can you Hear Me

Imagine if you awoke one day and realized that you could no longer hear your favourite songs, the sound of your grandchildren laughing, the nuances of your regular tv shows, or even inside jokes shared with your closest friends. Many of our loved ones start to experience this as they age, and it can cause […]

How do I know if I am having a Stroke?

How do I know if I am having a Stroke

A stroke happens when blood stops flowing to any part of your brain, damaging brain cells. Knowing the signs and symptoms of stroke, you can take quick action and perhaps save your life. Every minute counts! Different parts of your brain control different parts of your body, and symptoms will depend on the part of […]

Why Seniors want to Stay in their Homes

Seniors enjoying at home

Given the choice most seniors prefer to live in the comfortable surroundings of their own home. Sometimes the thought of moving and leaving behind fond memories, can bring on stress both emotionally and physically. Moving out of your home can be overwhelming. Every senior is different and has a unique set of reasons for wanting […]

The Importance of Self-Care for Caregivers

The Importance of Self-Care for Caregivers

When you are the caregiver for a loved one without support or community programs, it may be challenging and can often be overwhelming. The International Self-Care Day, 24 July, symbolizes the benefits of self-care work 24 hours a day, every day. The benefits of self-care do not just relate to a single day. Having a […]

Shining a Light on Brain Injury

Shining a Light on Brain Injury

In Canada, June is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Each year national, provincial, and local associations run campaigns to increase awareness about the prevalence of brain injury; the obstacles that exist for those with brain injury; and the need for more services and support at all stages of recovery. The 2022 national collaborative Brain Injury Awareness […]