Our commitment is to provide premium personalized home care services which address the physical a... more
Our commitment is to provide premium personalized home care services which address the physical and emotional well-being of our clients and their caregivers.
More grandparents are taking on a second round of parenting with their grandchildren than ever before.
Joan Benik, RN and Care Coordinator at Retire-At-Home Services Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge is passionate about supporting aging at home!
Engaging in the act of laughing has the ability to add a little brightness and improve overall health in seniors. Laughter Can Keep You Healthy.
Ashley Fox, RPN and Community Outreach Coordinator at Retire at Home, has four amazing resources for healthy retirement living.
From bath mats to kitchen counters, everyday household items and chores can become a real hazard as we age.
Ashley Fox, RPN, LNC, and Community Outreach Coordinator at Retire-At-Home Services Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge is passionate about senior care!
Sometimes you or your loved one may require a bit of extra support while living in a Long Term Care Home. Here are five ways Retire-At-Home services can help!
Are you on the long term care waiting list? Here are the top 5 ways that home care by Retire-At-Home Services can help.
Are you or a loved one considering in-home post-retirement or nursing care? Our Retire-At-Home in-home care provider will be able to give you the best care!
Do you have questions about in-home nursing? Not sure if it’s the right fit for your lifestyle? There’s an easy way to find out…
Many of us have special relationships with our parents and have grown to appreciate deeply the ways in which our parents contribute to our children's lives.
Powering and fueling our bodies with the right kinds of nutrition by putting thought into the foods that we eat is integral for maintaining health and vitality.
Open discussion between seniors, their caregivers and health professionals can help to improve understanding and management of medications for better health.
Sufficient hydration is imperative for the body’s functioning, so seniors should be purposeful about finding ways to get enough water throughout the day.
The great outdoors can offer a whole host of benefits that can help seniors to feel better in mind, body, and soul.
Along with aging comes a diverse array of changes that impact our capacity to take part in everyday tasks in the same way that we did when we were younger.
Diogenes Syndrome, also known as Senile Squalor Syndrome, is a behavioural disorder that can affect many seniors.