End-of-life care is a topic often shrouded in misconceptions, misunderstandings and fear. As individuals and families face the inevitable, it’s crucial to debunk common myths surrounding this sensitive subject.
Understanding the ways memory changes as we get older can help us learn if our memory lapses are a normal part of our aging, or a concern such as Alzheimer disease.
As the world’s population continues to age, the demand for senior care is growing. Many families find themselves in the position of providing care for their elderly loved ones. Being a caregiver is a deeply rewarding experience, but it can also be physically and emotionally taxing.
Check out our 3 wonderful Father’s Day activities that seniors can enjoy with their loved ones. Whether it’s spending quality time outdoors or exploring shared interests, these activities are sure to make the day special.
Mother’s Day is a special occasion that celebrates the amazing women in our lives who have nurtured, loved, and cared for us throughout our lives.
The artistic contributions of elderly artists in Canada are truly remarkable and hold a special place in our nation’s culture.
April 16 is Advanced Care Planning Day, a day devoted to helping people plan for their future care needs. It’s about having conversations with your substitute decision maker about what your wishes are if you ever become unable to make your own decisions.
Loneliness is a pressing issue in Canada and throughout the world, impacting people of all ages. This month’s blog post looks at the science behind loneliness.
Age-related changes such as decreased physical mobility, cognitive decline, and the loss of loved ones can cause feelings of loneliness and depression.That’s why it’s important to cultivate and nurture healthy habits NOW.
A Memory cafe is a welcoming place for individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease or any other form of dementia. What role do they play?
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