Residential Choices, other than staying at home, range widely, from independent, age segregated apartments with minimal services, to progressively higher levels of services and supports, including care services in assisted… [ more ]
Optimizing Management of an Overactive Bladder in Long Term Care.
Urinary incontinence (UI) is any involuntary leakage of urine. It can cause embarrassment, social isolation and transition from community living… [ more ]
When calling or visiting a prospective Independent/Supportive Living, Retirement or Assisted Living Residence, this checklist will help to ensure that you ask the necessary questions, allow you to keep notes… [ more ]
Long term care is highly regulated in Canada. It is a Provincial reponsibility and falls under each province's regulatory framework.
This explains why we have different terminology in each province… [ more ]
View the list of Long Term Care providers by city in the province of your choice:
Newfoundland & Labrador
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