We recently wrote about, family caregiver burnout, which has been identified by the provincial government as a major challenge for families in British Columbia.
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Benita Ho knows East Vancouver. She knows all about the vast need for housing. She also knows housing is only part of the solution for women struggling to get off the street and care for their children.
Classic Health Care Worker Rita Kalegga has been on a mission since 2008 to help widows and orphans in Kenya.
The days are getting shorter and with darker evenings and colder weather coming, be prepared.
"It felt like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders," Edie says. "I had some respite - I no longer had to worry as much if my mother was taking her medication or getting enough to eat."
As the leaves begin to fall, we know flu season is around the corner.
The results are in from the 2015 Classic LifeCare Employee Survey - and we're happy you're happy!
Supporting Tim Horton's Smile Cookie campaign is tough work, but somebody's got to do it.
Classic LifeCare is forever grateful to Health Care Worker Araceli, whose quick actions and fast thinking recently saved a client.
Sept. 16, 2015
Vancouver, BC - Arranging just a few hours of private home care per week for a loved one can alleviate stress and help avoid distress in family caregivers, a common problem amongst British Columbia families, according to a new report.