care facility: He didn't know how to eat, didn't know how to go to the bathroom, according to CTV. Frances says. George, a hard-working Greek immigrant to Canada, was diagnosed with a brain hemorrhage at age 67, that left him mentally impaired and unable to care for himself. She wanted to look after him at home, away from a long-term care facility, but Frances knew she needed help. Frances had joined the ranks of those keeping aging and ailing parents at home, approximately one in six Canadians, over the age of 65. She hired a personal support worker, or PSW, through a government funded agency, to bathe and attend to George's personal needs. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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