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National committee has recommended that seniors receive Pfizer and Moderna vaccines
National organization has a fleet of volunteer walkers ready, but needs more clients to serve
The book is entitled, Think Like a Monk
COVID-19 isn’t ‘blowing in through the window,’ so how does B.C. put a stop to care home outbreaks?
Seniors, by far, have been hardest hit by the novel coronavirus
Family dynamics may be affected by these new changes and physical distancing protocols.
In a society where we learn (are forced?) to multitask like crazy
“Raise your voice: Dementia, long-term care and COVID-19” on Jan. 27
‘Getting kits into the hands of care providers should be a top priority,’ says former Health Minister
The novel coronavirus has taken a lethal toll on Canadians living in long-term care homes
JaHyung Lee, 110, is a resident at Amenida Seniors Community
Courses range from “Populism, Social Media, Elections and Fake News,” to “ Stimulate Your Creativity”.
Little Mountain Place became the deadliest care home outbreak in British Columbia
Be Proactive In Preparing Your Mind and Body
Findings released last month show a seven per cent rate of increase in antipsychotic use
Recreational vehicles on a roll for province’s largest RV dealer
Songs for Seniors is hoping to bring communities and their families together virtually, no matter where
This is a classic ‘glass half full’ vs. ‘glass half empty’ example.
Hand-written letters designed to help lonely residents during holiday season
He said Ottawa will help them cover the costs of those improvements