Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities (NORCs) ….a cost effective way to support seniors

NORCs could be a low cost approach to health aging. They certainly make more sense than building more long term care homes.

Senior Population Increasing by 4% Per Year – While Everyone Says Changes Are Needed in Care, Nothing Significant Is Happening

I just listened to a radio program called The Current on CBC titled Fixing Long-Term Care After Devastation of the Pandemic. You can listen to this 33 minute podcast by going to , then find The Current with Matt Galloway and find that title. Three people were interviewed: Tamblyn Watts CEO CanAge Dr. …

Question Your Federal Candidates….let’s make the care of seniors in Long Term Facilities a top priority this election

Ask Federal Candidates why Long Term Care (LTC) is not under the Canada Health Act and why federal standards have not been set. If we don’t keep LTC front and centre, our most vulnerable seniors will continue to suffer. Act today! Your voice will make a difference.

Action Required

Baby boomers need to plan for their future. There is no other stage in life that requires so much preparation. Staying in our own homes makes economic sense. Demand changes so this is one option. Home care needs a total overhaul and it must begin today. No more excuses. We seniors are worth it.


CARE OF OUR ELDERLY…Public policy needs to be written with clear responsibility lines. Politicians must act boldly across all levels of government, and deliverables and timelines written.

The Future of Care For Seniors….It’s Time To Stop Talking and Act!

Senior care needs action now! Instead of the Federal and Provincial governments saying they understand concerns, they need to implement the processes and standards that have been identified to stop the needless annihilation of our seniors.

Urgent Action Needed to Reform Long-Term Care in Canada (Part Four)

The Royal Society of Canada (RSC) published a report on July 2, 2020 that consists of 9 steps to solving the workforce crisis in nursing homes, all of which require a strong, coordinated leadership at the federal and provincial/territorial levels to implement. It says” Our long-term care sector, particularly nursing homes, is in crisis now …

Home Care for the Vulnerable (Part Three)

While aging in place sounds perfect, in today’s world it does not work. Home Care may give caregivers some reassurance that their loved one is being safely supported. The truth is they are not unless you are financially able to supplement it.


It’s time to rethink the way we care for the elderly and those with complex medical needs. Let’s make thoughtful wise decisions so all benefit. The needs of 20 years ago are not the needs of today. Staffing levels and wages must reflect these changes.

Protecting The Vulnerable (PART ONE)

If we were to run day cares or any child care the way elder care is operated there would be a huge outcry and rightfully so. Let’s maintain those same standards for those who grew our country. Let’s look at dignified and specialized care for our elders.