There were 8 of us women who enjoyed a social evening of chopping healthy vegetables and creating a wonderful aroma of simmering soups of many kinds – our group which included us at Classic LifeCare as well as some sisters & friends helped add to the hearty and delicious soup cart.
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Asking for help can be terrifying. Accepting help can be challenging. We all want to retain our dignity and independence, but not asking for help can mean stalling a solution and escalating things into a crisis.
We celebrated Roxanne's 5 Year with Classic this week ! Roxanne is an endearing caregiver who has shown love to all the clients she's worked with over the years. I reminded her of a time I stopped in to see Roxanne and her long term client at the time. Roxanne was carefully curling her client's hair and I could tell her client was feeling quite pleased and pampered at this ! There was some sweet conversation between the two of them which showed me a relationship that only comes with time. We feel very blessed to have Roxanne as a caregiver and
Growing up in Ireland during the Great Depression, poverty was the norm for Winnipeg-born Maybelle Summers.
The doctor has just told me my mother has dementia. I weep in her office and say, “You mean someday my mom won’t know who I am?” The doctor takes a deep breath and tells me I’m getting ahead of myself.
Hi from Brit in Calgary!
Every year my children are asked to separate their Halloween candy in two piles. Half gets hidden away, protected from the other sister (and parents who try to sniff it out) while the other half is tied up in a bag and given to one of the local shelters in Calgary.
20 years with our family! What an honour it was to celebrate that milestone with Jenny Aherne.
Classic LifeCare was pleased to recently deliver a music therapy session for long-term Calgary client Ed.
The Calgary Canadian Breast Cancer CIBC Run for the Cure was an amazing gathering of people. The crowd arrived in the early morning sporting outrageous pink attire, ribbons, bows, tutus and spandex. Even the men came adored in frilly pink attire. It was a laugh but also an inspiration to see so much hope floating in the air.
To address the real need for a service that would educate and support seniors in the Westshore instead of them having to come into Victoria, the Westshore Seniors Networking Group has come together in the last year with the help of founder Nicole Donaldson.