Canada a warmth of caring in the frozen north

Canadians tend to see caring as just the stuff of everyday life – ordinary people doing what comes naturally

Canada a warmth of caring in the frozen north
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Canadians tend to see caring as just the stuff of everyday life – ordinary people doing what comes naturally

Caregivers mustn’t be afraid to ask for help

While care for those we love creates meaningful experiences, it can also lead to exhaustion, isolation and burnout. We need to welcome help

Caregivers mustn’t be afraid to ask for help
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While care for those we love creates meaningful experiences, it can also lead to exhaustion, isolation and burnout. We need to welcome help

Maintaining health is a two-way street

Family caregivers and professional providers must work together to achieve well-being for people with chronic and complex diseases

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Family caregivers and professional providers must work together to achieve well-being for people with chronic and complex diseases

Offering care the most natural of gifts

And caring for a sick loved one could be their last and greatest gift to you

Offering care the most natural of gifts
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And caring for a sick loved one could be their last and greatest gift to you

A caregiver’s perspective: Do you see what I see?

No professional care provider can see what we see – what was, what is and what can be for our family members and friends

A caregiver’s perspective: Do you see what I see?
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No professional care provider can see what we see – what was, what is and what can be for our family members and friends

Coping with the family burdens related to caregiving

Our weekly Caring Connections column will examine the issues of caregiving in Canadian society, and what we can do to alleviate some of the burden

Coping with the family burdens related to caregiving
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CAMMACK: Our weekly Caring Connections column will examine the issues of caregiving in Canadian society, and what we can do to alleviate some of the burden