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Smartphone Support

We’re all human, which means we can all make mistakes or forget to do things. Slip-ups such as forgetting to take medications properly (or at all) are common.

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Aging Challenges…

Like many gay men of their generation, Bob and Simon both married in their 20s and are loving fathers and grandfathers.

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You Should Be Dancing

Research indicates that dance is an effective, complementary therapy, for those living with Parkinson’s disease, according to Rachel Bar, Manager, Health and Research Initiatives, at Canada’s National Ballet School, in Toronto.

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Some Thoughts on Walkers

Walkers that are too short cause the individual to bend over while pushing. In addition, the elbow angle will be incorrect, putting strain on the forearms.

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Savvy Travelling

Adventure doesn’t have to stop just because you have a medical condition or need some extra help. If you stay flexible, consider travelling with friends and family rather than alone.

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Tech Solutions Help Seniors Age in Place

Census numbers from Stats Canada show that seniors now outnumber children for the first time in the history of the survey. In fact, the most recent census reported the largest ever population of seniors since 1871.

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Lucky You: You Still Have Your Mom

While she doesn’t complain, Kathie feels tired … and a bit overwhelmed by her never-ending family responsibilities. She wonders how many other people are dealing with similar issues.

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