The Impact of Rising COVID-19 Numbers in BC and How we Can Help

Miriam Hoolahan | Annies Place

How Home Care Can Complement other Support

With many Canadian wishing to remain in their home while receiving care, it makes sense that looking to home care as an alternative is an ideal method of maintaining one’s health and well-being without having to leave their own homes. While individuals may already have some assistance in place, such as family members, physicians, hospital


October 10th is World Mental Health Day

Each year on October 10th, World Mental Health Day is widely recognized all across the globe. This year, in particular, it is fair to say that people living with mental health conditions are likely to have been impacted even more severely as a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic. With that said, it is not


Protecting Yourself During COVID-19

There is nothing more important than protecting ourselves from the various health risks we might encounter. These days however, the reality of living with the heightened exposure to COVID-19 is certainly an even greater concern for many individuals. This is particularity true for those who are immunocompromised, with the elderly population being among the highest


3 Facts about Alzheimer’s Disease

You have likely already heard quite a lot about Alzheimer’s Disease and may even know someone who has received this difficult diagnosis. If you are hoping to learn more about this disease, here is some more information that is specific to Alzheimer’s and may help you with your understanding of its unique complexities. Age of


We’re Hiring!

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