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Category Archive Aging at Home

  1. Healthy Winter Slow Cooker Recipes for Seniors

    Written by: Dunham

    Man and woman cooking Eating healthy, delicious, yet affordable meals every day can often be a challenge. With winter around the corner, a slow cooker is an ideal appliance to have in your kitchen to help you prepare nutritious and delicious meals. What’s great about cooking with it is that preparation is typically a one-step process, it saves time,...

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  2. Aging Alone: How “elder orphans” can prepare for the future

    Written by: Dunham

    senior man playing chess alone Aging Alone: How “elder orphans” can prepare for the future “Elder orphans” is a term used for seniors who live alone in the community, with no partner, children or other people to support or care for them. Elder orphans may also be socially or physically isolated, adding to their vulnerability. The number of elder orphans...

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  3. When It’s Time for ‘The Talk’

    Written by: Bayshore HomeHealth

    senior in conversation There are several milestones in our lives that are accompanied with a special talk or conversation. These informal talks are delivered with solemnity, sometimes with humour, almost always with affection and occasionally with nervousness. They occur at the cusp of change that symbolizes transition – perhaps in maturity or level of responsibility and sometimes because...

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  4. Eye care for seniors

    Written by: Bayshore HomeHealth

    Are you doing everything you can to protect your vision? As people get older, changes in eyesight are common. Starting in our 40s, we might notice that our eyes feel drier, colours look less vibrant or it’s harder to read small print, according to the Canadian Association of Optometrists. Not all vision changes are a...

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  5. The Benefits of Pets for Seniors

    Written by: Bayshore HomeHealth

    Senior with dog It’s no secret that a dog is man’s best friend – philosopher Henry David Thoreau believed “it often happens that a man is more humanely related to a cat or a dog than to any human being.” Pets and seniors make a perfect match not only because pets encourage staying active and getting exercise, but...

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  6. Summer Safety Tips for Seniors

    Written by: Bayshore HomeHealth

    grandpa and grandson at BBQ When it comes to aging at home, we all want to live comfortably – all year round. Even though we’ve put our snow shovels away and don’t have to worry about icy sidewalks, summer does come with its own set of challenges. Whether in your house or in the great outdoors, we have a few...

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  7. Modern Technology that can Improve Your Life at Home

    Written by: Bayshore HomeHealth

    group of seniors looking at mobile phone There are lots of benefits to enhancing your life at home with technology. Seniors who have learned how to use technology experience decreased feelings of loneliness and a slower decrease of cognitive abilities. However, it’s understandable if you feel reluctant to try out new gadgets, as technology is constantly changing and the thought of keeping...

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  8. Importance of companionship in aging

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    An elderly woman sits and looking out the window. Aging in place offers the unique benefits of independence, comfort and quality of life. However, your loved one’s desire to maintain their independence and living at home might mean that they will not speak up when they are feeling lonely or isolated. When choosing to age at home, companionship and social interaction are crucial to...

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  9. Benefits of Aging at Home

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    a group of multiracial senior friends spending time together at home. The UN reports that the proportion of persons aged 60 and over is expected to double between 2007 and 2050, and their actual number will more than triple, reaching 2 billion by 2050. While this is a staggering number, government, businesses, and communities are anticipating this growth and in response are providing more options and...

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  10. Winter Safety Tips for Seniors

    Written by: Harpreet Agand

    Seniors doing various winter activities It’s that time of the year again when families and friends get together to spend quality time and create new memories. Winter is especially difficult for seniors making them more vulnerable to the risks posed by plunging temperatures, snow, slippery roads and sometimes even loneliness. We understand this and have put together tips and preventative...

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