Restless Leg


Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) is very common for people with Parkinson’s (although it also affects people who don’t have Parkinson’s), and is seen in approximately 10 % of the population and many are not aware that they have it.

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Atypical Parkinsonisms

Atypical Parkinsonisms

Parkinson-plus disorders, also known as Atypical Parkinsonisms, are a group of diseases linked to a lack of dopamine in the brain.

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Q&A with Dr Rachel Lin

Q & A with Dr. Rachel Lin, Optometrist

You should definitely visit an optometrist as soon as possible and have your eyes examined.

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Helping Your Parent Accept Help

One of the most difficult and sensitive topics to broach with a parent is the notion of getting help for them in their home. You’ve heard all the objections:

– I don’t want strangers in my house!

– what will I get her to do and what will it cost?

– I can do all this myself, it just takes me a little longer

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‘Having the Talk’

Having the Talk – How to Broach the Subject of Retirement Living with your Parents

‘The Talk’ invokes discussion, arguments, tears, laughter and every other emotion, all of which are perfectly natural. While it’s one of the most important talks in a person’s life, there’s no need to dread it if you keep these tips in mind.

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Evaluating Home Care

With so many home care providers out there, I’m overwhelmed. What criteria should I use to find the best care provider for my mum? New caregiving agencies seem to emerge constantly. It’s essential that you feel comfortable with a caregiver’s ability, reputation and affordability.

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Keeping Mom and Dad Safe at Home this Winter

What can an adult child suggest to their parents to keep them safe at home? Here are some ideas:

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Using Technology for care with you or your loved ones

Using Technology For Care With You or Your Loved Ones

It’s no secret that we’re in an age of remarkable technological capabilities. It seems that anything is possible and that there is an electronic gadget for everything.

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Are You Ready to Downsize?

How do you know you’re ready to move onto the next chapter of your life and downsize?

Today’s typical Canadian baby-boomers, those born between 1947 and 1966 are on the move, looking to reduce costs and free up money tied up in their home for retirement and travel. Often, the family home seems too big now that their children have moved and they are ready to enjoy carefree living with fewer responsibilities (no more snow shoveling).

The trick to making your move carefree is to do a little upfront preparation.

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Etobicoke Tea n Social – Presented by Bayshore

Bayshore has the pleasure of working with you, our community partners to spread the word about the fabulous services and resources available. Please join us and or help spread

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