How Technology Supports Personalized Private Care.

  • Mar 20th, 2019 at 04:16 pm
  • LutherCare Village at Stonebridge #110 - 250 Hunter Road, Saskatoon S7T 0Y4
  • Greg Charyna


Greg Charyna Home Instead Senior Care

Caring For Our Parents:
How Technology Supports Personalized Private Care

Even if everyone is healthy right now, it is important to put this topic on your radar. In fact, now is the best time to consider how changing aging conditions could affect your family. This is a conversation for adult children who want the best care for their aging family members and want to help them remain independent and at home for as long as possible.

We’ll discuss the top 5 things you can do to prevent their decline and ensure your peace of mind now and in the years ahead.

Home Instead Senior Care is a network of 1200 offices in 12 countries (40 offices across Canada) and is always looking at ways to advance our mission: To enhance life for aging adults and support families. We use technology in the provision of our service which is customized, personalized private care, wherever a person calls home. We encourage the use of technology to fill in gaps when we or family members are not able to be there. Recent research concluded that Loneliness is as lethal as smoking 15 cigarettes per day. This conclusion presents a big challenge and opportunity: how do we help lonely and isolated seniors maintain connection with family and friends?


Greg Charyna
Greg Charyna

Greg Charyna (pron: SHARE’-in-ah) is a Certified Professional Consultant on Aging (CPCA) and has Masters degrees in pastoral ministry and higher education administration. His 30 year career path includes time as a broadcaster, administrator, pastor and chaplain before opening Home Instead Senior Care in 2008. He is passionate about enhancing the lives of older adults and supporting families by providing private, non-medical care in home, hospital or other facilities. 

Greg speaks regularly in the community about aging topics and helping adult children care for their parents. He and spouse and business partner, Karen, are part of the “sandwich generation” who have a son and daughter in post-secondary studies and provide care for Greg’s mom in Vancouver and Karen’s mom in Weyburn. 

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NEW LOCATION:  LutherCare Village in Stonebridge  #110 - 250 Hunter Road, Saskatoon

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