Listen to Barb MacLean, executive director, Family Caregivers of British Columbia speak to CFAX 1070 about the newly announced $75 million to expand respite care and adult day programs.
The new spending of $75 million on respite care and adult day-programs is expected to help reduce the burden on family and friend caregivers.
Health Minister Adrian Dix announced the government is investing $75 million to expand respite care and adult day programs, helping both seniors and their loved ones. Dix said yesterday at the Collingwood Neighbourhood House that many B.C. seniors count on their spouses, children and close friends to help them stay at home, and cope and manage […]