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Stay Home Forever Welcomes Esteemed Members to Advisory Board

Stay Home Forever Welcomes Esteemed Members to Advisory Board

Stay Home Forever is at the forefront of private homecare, fulfilling the needs of seniors, children with behavioral challenges, post-surgery patients, and others. As part of our commitment to take “care” to another level, we’re pleased to announce the appointment of four outstanding individuals to our Advisory Board. Their specialized knowledge and diverse perspectives will empower our team to deliver the highest quality care, optimize service delivery, and continue to innovate in our field.

Introducing our Advisory Board:

Dr. Mayura Loganathan MD, MScCH, CCFP

Dr. Loganathan is a dedicated family physician with over 10 years of experience in clinical practice, currently practicing with the Mount Sinai Academic Family Health Team. He has become a trusted figure in the medical community, known for his compassionate approach and commitment to patient-centred care.

  • Clinical lecturer at University of Toronto’s Department of Family and Community Medicine.
  • Lead Physician for an interdisciplinary home visiting program.
  • Recipient of the province of Ontario’s AFHTO ‘Bright Lights’ award.

Dr. Aisha Shakoor, HBSc, MD, CCFP

Dr. Shakoor is a devoted family physician currently practicing at West Durham Family Health Team in Pickering, offering comprehensive and compassionate care to patients of all ages. Known for her holistic, patient-centered approach, her areas of expertise include preventive care and chronic disease management.

  • Completed her family medicine residency at Western Michigan University.
  • Board member of the West Durham Family Health Team.
  • Advocate for mental health awareness.

Nisa Karan-Aravinth, RN, BScN, OHN, COHS(c), RSO, CPM, MBA

Nisa is an Entrepreneur and Global Safety, Sustainability & Risk leader. In her professional career, Nisa has held several executive roles, including serving as Director for a large regional healthcare network and as a Consultant to the World Health Organization’s ‘Global Plan of Action – Workers Health’.

  • President at Cobra Safety, a global leader in risk, safety and sustainability practices.
  • Recognized as one of Canada’s Top Women in Safety for 2023.
  • Appointed an Order-in-Council by the Minister of Labour, Chair of Cabinet and signed by the Governor General to a Provincial Appeals Tribunal.
  • Volunteers as an international partner of a non-profit social enterprise tackling local socio-economic and environmental challenges in developing nations.

Dr. Neil D’Souza, MHSc, MD, CCFP(EM), DABOM

Prior to practicing Emergency medicine at Michael Garron Hospital in Toronto, Dr. D’Souza was a radiation therapist providing compassionate care to cancer patients at Sunnybrook’s Odette Cancer Centre, where he held a leadership role in Quality and Patient safety for the Radiation Oncology Program.

  • Highly involved in addiction medicine, looking after patients suffering from various substance use issues.
  • Has special interest in preventative medicine through nutrition and weight management.
  • Assistant Professor within the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto.
  • Has published articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals and has lectured internationally.

Our Advisory Board members embody our guiding principles of community, compassion and capability. We are fortunate to gain insight from the brilliant minds of these highly qualified, passionate individuals. With their valuable expert guidance, we are inspired to help people live their best lives.

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