At a loss for what to do this summer in TO…why not visit Casa Loma for some Symphonic respite or St Edward’s Gardens for Gardens of Song…
Toronto comes alive during late Spring and the deepening summer months and evenings are best as the heat of the day wanes. So if you are looking for things to do in our great, city why not take advantage of the diverse culture and events Toronto has to offer. For those music buffs did you […]
Today was World Elder Abuse Awareness day….
Stopping abuse may be as simple as providing people with realistic support options so that those being abused can seek help, or those who witness abuse can report it. But it is probably a bit more than that, because these support options need to be able to react and provide the necessary intervention quickly. To […]
Twitter round up, week to 1 June 2014
Here is a round up of some of my more important twitter moments, in date order, on the subjects of care, Alzheimer’s, dementia, life and death and the special individuals who advocate in this area: Some may feel that many of the topics in this weekly summary are depressing and sad. That may be, but […]