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Clinical Reviews

Michael Gordon MD, MSc, FRCPC, FACP, FRCPEdin
When it comes to dementia much of the focus is related to diagnosis and treatment(s). A terminal phase is not...
Andrew M. Johnson PhD et al.
In this article, we look specifically at the burden experienced by caregivers of individuals with Parkinson's disease.
Michael Gordon MD, MSc, FRCPC, FACP, FRCPEdin
I know mother’s wishes much better than you do, after all I was...
Gill Lewin BSc Hons Psych, MSc Clin Psych, MPH, PhD, FAAG
Restorative home care services are being developed around the world. While having somewhat different...
Martin Pinquart et al.
Due to the aging of society and the increase in ethnic diversity, there is a growing interest in the needs of ethnically diverse caregivers for older adults.
Deborah Simon
If you were to ask your elderly patients where they would prefer to live in the event of significant illness or disability, most would probably say they wished to remain at home for as long as possible.
Madhuri Reddy MD, MSc, FRCPC
It is well documented that, throughout North America, a large percentage of elderly clients (10-52%) do not have the medical need or are not sufficiently disabled to justify placement in high level of care settings such as a nursing home (NH).
J. Sedmihradsky
Part of the elderly population is not visible within our communities. Older individuals may become homebound and unable to leave their residences to seek out the care and assistance they need to cope with daily living.
Mom and Dad are getting older, and guess what? You may be looking after them one day!