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 […]

Elderly Parents Driving – When is it time to hand over the keys?

The ability to maintain a valid licence and continue driving is a life-defining moment affecting the independence of elderly parents. That is why, when the time comes for a senior to relinquish their driver’s licence or have their licence rescinded against their wishes, it can be very upsetting, and in some cases may result in […]

Elderly Incontinence: Tips for Care and Treatment Options

Elderly Incontinence Treatment

For over 3.3 million Canadians who experience incontinence (bladder leakage) putting off a trip to the bathroom is not an option. Urinary incontinence isn’t something your loved one should live with. Due to embarrassment, many people do not seek help and therefore are unaware of the many treatment options that are available. Is urinary incontinence […]