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How Home Care Can Help Seniors Stay Connected During the COVID-19 Pandemic


Avatar Maggie Clapperton
12 Sep 2020 ~ 4 minute read

The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated social isolation for seniors, often adding multiple barriers to already isolating circumstances.


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How to Choose a Private Caregiver for Yourself or a Loved One


Avatar Maggie Clapperton
30 Jul 2020 ~ 4 minute read

Finding the best home care for yourself or your loved one can be a daunting task. There are many different caregivers out there who can help, but how do you choose the one who will provide exactly what you need?


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7 Benefits of Home Care Services for Older Adults


Avatar Maggie Clapperton
23 Jul 2020 ~ 3 minute read

Home care services can do a lot of good both for you and for your family. If you are on the fence about how to best support your elderly loved one, consider these seven benefits of home care.


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Your Decision: Relax at a busy park or let people work?


Avatar Vipan Nikore, MD, MBA
23 May 2020 ~ 5 minute read

People have lost lives and jobs from the devastating COVID-19 pandemic. A disappointing day in Toronto as we saw some people blatantly ignore physical distancing. As we open up our economy we will inherently increase our societal risk. Let's choose our risks wisely.


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COVID-19: The Marshmallow Test that can save Millions of Lives and Trillions of Dollars


Avatar Vipan Nikore, MD, MBA
11 Apr 2020 ~ 7 minute read

In 1990, Stanford Professor Walter Mischel, and his colleagues Yuichi Shoda, and Philip K. Peake, published a famous psychology study that measured the ability for children to delay immediate satisfaction for future rewards. It was simple, 185 preschoolers were left alone and told that if they could resist one marshmallow for 15 minutes, they would get two marshmallows in the future. They started this experiment in the 1960’s, and when they followed up in the 1980’s, they found that children who resisted the initial marshmallow demonstrated better life outcomes by many measures.


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