Seniors and Families in Transition


Seniors and Families in Transition

It’s inevitable that at some point in your life, your ageing loved ones may need care. WafaCares Is a NEW program designed to provide specialized individual service in order to support families with the transition of a loved one to assisted living, permanent care or downsizing. WafaCares assists you through the process in a way that takes the stressful nature of the move and builds a manageable plan to achieve a smooth transition of your loved one.  Please give me a call or e-mail. ONE CALL CAN SET YOU FREE!

Location: Greater Toronto
Members: 4
Latest Activity: Nov 26, 2015

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Started by daniel kahan Sep 28, 2013. 0 Replies

I recently set up this website for informational purposes and would be interested in getting some feedback from seniors and their families and also from potential lenders who would receive the…Continue

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Comment by daniel kahan on November 26, 2015 at 2:24pm

does Wafa Cares still exist as I just tried clicking on the website link and there is no website?

Comment by daniel kahan on January 25, 2015 at 12:19pm

The late Jim Flaherty when he was Ontario Finance Minister brought in Schedule G of the Ontario Red Tape Reduction Act 2000 to repeal the 80 year old insurance trafficking prohibition in sec. 115 of the Ontario Insurance subject to FSCO bringing in Life Settlement Regulations like they have in most US states. Since the Liberals took over this has been put on the back burner and NOW Saskatchewan in "modernizing" their Insurance Act have inserted a trafficking prohibition in Bill 177.

Any Zoomer who is concerned at these attacks on their personal property rights by the life insurers should complain to CARP and their local politicians, both provincial and federal , and cc me at where I am the Executive Director.

They can also download the 2004 CARP 50Plus article by June Yee entitled "Use your life insurance for cash now" from the CARP website or from my Ontario Lifeline LinkedIn Profile.

Comment by daniel kahan on January 25, 2015 at 11:58am

Cindy, since my last post about we were forced last summer by the Ontario regulator FSCO to add a DISCLAIMER that our loan services are NOT available to Ontario seniors INSIDE Ontario and we are now operating our website out of Halifax. Nova Scotia with 3 other provinces does not have an 80 year old prohibition against trafficking in life insurance policies in their provincial Insurance Act.

We are now in the process of setting Elder Care Funding Advisory Services in Ontario with a new  (similar to I the US) and we would delighted if you would like to join us.

Comment by Cindy Bailey on January 25, 2015 at 9:53am

Hi Wafa.  Just joined the group.  I was blessed to find a loving, safe, secure home for my mom now 90, that specializes in Alzheimers care.  Shortly after that my husband 57 was diagnosed and passed away from pancreatic cancer.  By networking and staying active I found so much support and help.  So many resources but sometimes hard to find ones way around for accessing.  Once pointed in the right direction and talking to people who've been through the same thing I was able to move forward.  As a REALTOR (R) this adds to my skill set in helping seniors young and old with the loss of a spouse or parent and the life changes and paperwork that go along with that.

Comment by Liz Bay on April 13, 2013 at 9:47pm

My designation as an Accredited Senior Agent has helped me help families who have had a parent that on short notice had to go into assisted living.  It's hard on the family to sort out all that needs to be done with getting a property ready for sale, sorting out treasured family belongings and care for their parent.   My father lived with me for over 25 years and at 92 went into a nursing home.  The transition was difficult for both of us, but mostly I felt very sad for my father.  Here was a man who had been independent for many years, lived with me for over 25 years when he could no longer be on his own and now living in a shared room with a stranger.    I find when I work with families who are in this type of transition I feel a connection, especially when I come from a place of understanding.



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