Classic LifeCare's Calgary office was buzzing with excitement as two groups of employees attended a first aid training by Nurse Jessica on Tuesday August 16.
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In 2014, Classic LifeCare became Accredited with Commendation by Accreditation Canada.
The Joys of "Slow Travel" Caring for an aging parent can be stressful. And one thing that could help — a long-needed vacation — sometimes only adds to the stress. However, getting old doesn't mean that travel has to stop. With a bit of planning, as well as understanding the needs of older travels, taking a trip with an aged loved one is very doable. Here are some tips.
Talking with people about their funeral plans is anything but morbid for Connie Harms, a Community Services Counselor with Dignity Memorial.
Community Therapists provides an important service just like the name implies – in the community.
5 Myths About Seniors Nutrition
A healthy diet keeps your body functioning properly. Eating right also provides the mental and physical energy necessary for daily life – work, recreation, relationships and time with family. Eating healthily also protects us from infectious illnesses and chronic diseases so we can experience a high quality of life.
While her success as a realtor came as a result of some significant personal sacrifices, Angela Markham had enjoyed two phenomenal years selling houses in Vancouver's red hot property market.
For over a year Angela worked 12-hour days as housing sales in Vancouver shot up by 50%. The hard work was worth it to Markham at the time — housing prices in Vancouver also soared 30% in one year, which meant Angela's earnings increased as well.
Want to make a difference? Join Classic LifeCare for a Job Fair Thursday, June 2.
Still located in the heart of Calgary, the Classic LifeCare office is moving to #204 – 1608 17 Avenue SW.
How We "Grow to Trust" As We Age
Marsha was growing increasingly uneasy with her mother's finances. Based on bank statements Marsha was able to examine once a month, money was disappearing from her mother's bank account more quickly than it should have.
Marsha's mother Edith, 84, lived alone in an old beach house overlooking the sea in White Rock. Marsha lived in Qualicum, on Vancouver Island—at trip to visit her mother took at least five hours on a good day.