Caring Matters Blog Blog >

Happy holidays from Living Assistance Services

As the year comes to an end, we are able to look back with warmth, gratitude and hope for the future. While there have been many challenges throughout 2021, we’ve also experienced many wonderful moments with our team, our clients and of course, in our own homes and families. We are grateful for all of this and more, and want to express our genuine appreciation to both our staff and the families we work with. You are truly the best!

Wishing you health and happiness in 2022

The holidays are often a time of reflection and as the New Year approaches, we hope you share our sense of hope and optimism for what lies ahead. With every challenge, our caregivers and clients have risen to the occasion. We’ve shared laughter, performed and received acts of kindness, and been there for each other in hard times. This is something to be proud of, and a spirit that’s worth carrying into 2022 and beyond.

No matter how you’re connected to Living Assistance Services in Toronto, we’d like to wish you a very happy holiday. Here’s to good health, quality time spent with loved ones, making time for rest, and finding moments of joyful peace and quiet. What a gift that is at any age!

We’re here for seniors and their families

The holidays are wonderful, but they can also present challenges for families caring for aging loved ones (or, those living at a distance from these family members). Oftentimes, younger family members will spend time with older relatives they haven’t seen in a while and become aware of decreased independence or a reduced quality of life. This can be upsetting, but there are solutions that allow seniors to maintain their independence and thrive at home. Living Assistance Services is here to help through a comprehensive offering of homecare services delivered with respect and compassion.

If your family could use support caring for an aging loved one in Toronto or the Greater Toronto Area, please contact us. We’d be pleased to answer your questions and offer personalized recommendations along with a quote. Thanks for reading—we wish you a safe and happy holiday season and all the best in the New Year!

Search Blog

Social Media

Recent Comments

    Recent Posts