acquired brain injury

Acquired Brain Injury and How to Spot It

Acquired Brain Injury As we and our loved ones grow older, brain deterioration and its impacts on general health become an increasing concern. With approximately 4% of the population living with Acquired Brain Injury, this non-genetic brain damage is a leading cause of disability among Canadians. Our experts at Medway Healthcare understand the stress and […]

How to Decide If You or A Loved One Need A Live in Caregiver

As our loved ones grow older, previously simple day-to-day tasks can become strenuous chores. Traveling for errands, home maintenance, cooking, and even elementary things like dressing and grooming often prove challenging to our seniors, making round-the-clock assistance a necessity for many. When these basic activities in life become stress-provoking, it’s time to reach out to […]

Treating Agitation in Dementia Patients

Watching a loved one battle their illness is an emotionally difficult experience, we understand. Unfortunately, things such as altered behaviour and personality changes are expected commonalities with aging, particularly among those struggling with dementia symptoms such as deteriorating thinking skills and a decline in memory. A previously cheerful and laid-back individual may begin to display […]

Why You or Your Loved Ones Need Elderly Companion Services

Psychology has proven time and again that social interaction is crucial to human health. Exchange and social support not only improve our psychological wellbeing, but our cardiovascular and immune systems as well. Given that our mental and physical health is so highly dependent on being surrounded by others, finding elderly companion services for our aging […]