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10 Things to Do with Your Senior Loved One This Family Day
February 8th, 2019

Family Day is fast approaching here in Ontario, a day set aside for families to (hopefully) take the day off and spend some quality time together. But this year, when you make plans for February 18th, don’t neglect that special senior in your life. Whether it’s a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, or simply an old […]

Coping with the Symptoms Of Dementia
January 30th, 2019

Dementia can develop because of a mixture of influencing factors that are not yet fully understood, including one’s age, genetics, environmental conditions, lifestyle and habits, and other medical conditions and history. Some of these factors are controllable, while others are not. The main symptoms include difficulties remembering, communicating, and thinking – and therefore acting as […]

Healthy New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors
January 29th, 2019

The light of a new year has arrived, and it is a natural time to reflect upon last year and think about the future. This year, and every year, self-care should be a central part of your senior loved one’s lifestyle. Seniors are a group that tend to let self-care slip because they have lived […]

Planning Meals Encourages Healthy Eating Habits
August 29th, 2018

A healthy diet is a cornerstone of wellbeing, physically and mentally. Healthy eating eventually becomes a habit, but it takes some effort to learn about the best food choices to make, how to prepare and cook a variety of recipes, and to plan the grocery lists and shopping, especially for seniors who may have limited […]

Activities To Increase Heart Health For Seniors
August 23rd, 2018

Heart disease is dangerously common, and while there are genetic components, there are several lifestyle choices we can make to help limit the likelihood of heart problems throughout our lives. As a group, seniors may face special circumstances that can pose extra challenges, but it is always possible to improve one’s physical activity levels, diet, […]


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