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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.
Congratulations to Soni Joshi - our March employee of the month in Richmond.
Congratulations and thank you for your dedication Maria “Ava” Rabina, Vancouver's Employee of the Month for April.
Image caption: Sunset at English Bay. Image by Flickr user Achim Voss. License: CC BY 2.0
To protect privacy, some characters and voices in this article are composites, and are not actual customers or clients of Classic LifeCare.
They had met thirty years ago as undergrads at the University of British Columbia, and now their journey together was nearly over.
Classic LifeCare is hiring and will be at the Mosaic Job Fair on April 12 from 10am - 4pm.
"By 2030 there will be 3.3 million people living with Alzheimer's disease in Japan," says Yuka Sekiguchi. "There is almost no discussion about the issue in Japan, so while caring for my mother I am also trying to help spread the word about what it's like to live with dementia."
Classic LifeCare client Eugenie, who just celebrated her 104th birthday, was thrilled when expectant mother Patricia Barrie, a Classic LifeCare administrator, paid her a visit recently.
Skyrocketing housing prices in Vancouver and other cities in Western Canada hint at grave implications for a new generation of Millennial homebuyers. Despite BC's booming job market, the high cost of real estate is forcing younger purchasers to postpone starting a family, and is even forcing them out of the city where they grew up.