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We often get asked the question from adult children about information to help them determine whether or not their aging parents should be driving.
In case you are wondering yourself, for a parent or a loved one, here are a few resources to help you understand the physicians

Karen Henderson is an expert in the field of long term care.  She is the founder and CEO of the Long Term Care Planning Network which is an international resource centre for aging and long term care planning & education.
In this podcast, Karen shares some of the basic information

Karen Henderson, founder & CEO of Long Term Care Planning Network, an international resource centre for aging and long term care planning & education, returns in our series of podcasts related to dementia and aging.
In this podcast, Karen shares some of the most asked questions about dementia and provides

Karen Henderson is the founder & CEO of The Long Term Care Planning Network, an international resource centre for aging and long care planning and education.
In this podcast, Karen shares a general overview of dementia, it’s known causes and what we all need to know about this debilitating disease.

When we are preparing to downsize our home, move into another residence or cleaning out a loved one’s home following their death, we often come across shoe boxes filled with old photos that we do not know how to preserve and showcase.
There are services available, like the one Kim

CBC Ottawa’s “All In a Day” radio show host Alan Neal interviews Janet Gray, president of CARP (Canadian Association of Retired Persons) on the most recent tax credit offered to seniors due to the rising energy costs.  Listen to Neal and Gray discuss this important topic.
Running time is 9:17

As our population continues to age and we are faced with making decisions as to how to care for our loved ones and ourselves, long-term care planning is becoming a very important subject.
As a matter of fact, according to Statistics Canada, one in ten by age 55, three

The Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP) is an organization that helps boomers and zoomers age well in our country.  On this podcast, Janet Gray, the chair of the Ottawa chapter of CARP, joins us to share with us what CARP is all about and how it can benefit you