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Navigating Love and Care: Insights on Balancing Relationships, Intimacy, and Caregiving

Join us for an enlightening conversation with Michal Goldstein, a seasoned professional who deeply understands the intricate dynamics between relationships, intimacy, and caregiving.

Self-Advocacy and the Healthcare Complaint Process with Patient Ombudsman of Ontario

Join us for an intimate conversation with Ontario’s Patient Ombudsman Craig Thompson.

Caring for a Parent With Dementia and Advocating for Their Rights

In this episode of the Time to Talk, we delve into the critical challenges of caregiving for individuals with Alzheimer’s and underscore the significance of person-centered care.

Spousal Caregiving: Changing Family Dynamics & Parental Responsibility

In the episode, Michelle is joined by long-time friend and colleague Taylor Kaye. Last year, Taylor’s husband had a stroke that resulted in her being his primary caregiver.

Arthritis Society’s Caregiver Guide

In this episode, our host Michelle Jobin is joined by Trish Barbato, the president and CEO of The Arthritis Society: the largest charitable funder of arthritis research in Canada.

Parenting When You’re a Caregiver

In this episode, our host Michelle Jobin is joined by Ann Douglas, a bestselling parenting author and regular parenting commentator for CBC Radio.

2024-2027 Strategic Plan

Learn more about our mission to improve the lives of Ontario’s 4 million caregivers. Read our 2024-2027 Strategic Plan.

2023-2024 Annual Report

OCO’s Annual Report measures our impact on improving the lives of Ontario caregivers.

I am a Caregiver Toolkit – Indigenous adaptation

Through a partnership with the Centre for Education and Research on Aging & Health (CERAH) at Lakehead University, an Indigenous Advisory Committee has reviewed and adapted OCO’s I am a […]

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Most of us, at some point in our lives, will be a caregiver to someone close to us. A caregiver provides physical and/or emotional support to a family member, partner, friend, or neighbour. Who do you care for?