Memory Lane Home Living Event: “Lemonade & Butterflies” on August 17th, 2017

Posted by admin on August 14, 2017 in Alzheimer's, Dementia, Education, Events, Memory Lane |

Come and spend an evening with our staff at Memory Lane Home Living and learn why this model is the way of the future for dementia care and the success of this type of model in Europe. Memory Lane Home Living will be organizing this event called “Lemonade & Butterflies” on August 17th, 2017 from […]

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Slides from our upcoming OSCO presentation showing our community outreach programs designed to encourage social interaction and education

In case you are unable to attend this Thursday’s OSCO’s Overcoming Loneliness and Social Isolation Symposium, where I will be speaking, here is a sneak preview of some my slides showing some of the events held at our resource centres over the last two years and a number of other guests: 

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A trip down memory lane with the North York Historical Society (NYHS).

In late April Mosaic took a trip down memory lane with the North York Historical Society (NYHS). Mosaic and the community was excited to have long-time North York resident and former president of the NYHS Bill Aird come into our community resource center for a nostalgic presentation. His presentation titled “Memories of North York” focused […]

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Social Work Week: Our aging population and the “Retirement Community” concept.

Posted by admin on March 17, 2016 in Community, Education, Life and art, Retirement homes, Social networks, Social work |

Last week was “Social Work Week” in Canada and I thought this post from Jen Beninato, a social service worker and MemoryPlus Manager for Delmanor Elgin Mills Retirement Residence, would be appropriate to help mark that week. —————- The global population is aging at an accelerated rate. In 1950, just over 5% of the world’s […]

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January has been Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Alzheimer’s Awareness Month is about raising awareness of living with Alzheimer’s and other dementia’s. As we start to live longer and our population ages Alzheimer’s disease and dementia will likely affect more people. This January the Alzheimer Society has launched a the campaign “Still Here”. Take a moment to see what amazing work the Alzheimer’s […]

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Mosaic Sponsors “Meet the Profs” at the Fairlawn Neighbourhood Centre

Posted by admin on October 14, 2015 in Community, Education, Events, Life and art, Mosaic |

Mosaic Home Care Services & Community Resource Centre is proud to be sponsoring a special series of talks arranged by The Fairlawn Neighbourhood Centre, (FNC) “Meet the Profs”. This special lecture series focuses on education and wellness by providing the community with the opportunity to listen to retired professors talk about their chosen field of […]

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Should you really be saying YES (?) to “FREE” advice?

We have a number of quite serious concerns about the use of “free” Elder Care referral services: they are not free; their referral fees can be quite substantial and may impact and compromise the quality of care and costs of services for seniors; they only recommend those who agree to pay them a referral fee […]

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Have questions about medication and its safety? “Home Care Rx” presentations at our two GTA locations are here to help

Posted by admin on April 17, 2015 in Education, Events, Health & Nutrition, Medications/Pharmacy |

Mosaic Home Care is happy to provide the community with the opportunity to talk to, and listen to Consultant Pharmacists Lisa Sever and Danielle Caron of Home Care Rx. Mosaic had Home Care Rx to our Shops on Steeles Markham Office on April 14th and they will be presenting again at our Bayview CNIB Toronto […]

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