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Retirement 101 for Caregivers

Retirement 101 for Caregivers

March 3, 2015

Caring for a friend or family member can have financial consequences for caregivers. For example, caregivers may choose to work fewer hours in order to devote more time to the care recipient, which means they won’t be saving or contributing to... Read more

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February 23, 2015

Dementia patients' wives battle Sun Life, BMO over costly missteps

"The Alzheimer Society is calling on all financial institutions to be more compassionate and flexible, as the number of Canadians with dementia is expected to double in coming years..."

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Resources Resources

Click here to find resources that will help you care for your care-recipient and take care of yourself.

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Heroes in the Home Heroes in the Home

Heroes in the Home Caregiver Recognition Awards are a chance to say 'thank you' in a very special way to those caregivers who provide care in the home.

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Find Services

Services that support caregivers are available across Ontario!

Enter your postal code or city to find information about services in your region, taken from your local thehealthline.ca website.


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If you would like to speak to someone about getting care for a friend or relative, click here to find your local Community Care Access Centre / Centre d'accès aux soins communautaires, or call 310-2222.