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Category Archive Senior Health & Wellness

  1. Summer Safety Tips for Seniors

    Written by: Dunham

    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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  2. Preventing Heat-related Illnesses

    Written by: Dunham

    Gardening in sun What seniors and caregivers need to know to stay safe this summer Heat stroke, heat exhaustion and other heat-related illnesses can affect anyone, but did you know that certain people, including seniors, are particularly vulnerable? As the weather warms up, it’s a good time to refresh your knowledge about the signs of heat stroke and...

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  3. Summertime Nutrition for Seniors

    Written by: Dunham

    As we age, proper nutrition and maintaining a balanced diet become more and more important. According to Statistics Canada, 34% of Canadians aged 65 years and older are at risk for poor nutrition, and with summer fun, smart eating can go by the wayside. Here are some easy tips to help you maintain good eating...

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  4. Sleep & Aging – Getting the best sleep possible

    Written by: David Goodman

    Worried Senior Woman Lying Awake In Bed In 2016, Canada was ranked the third most sleep deprived country out of a survey of 13 nations. As we age the quality and duration of sleep we need changes, and addressing sleep issues is crucial to staying healthy and happy while aging. Getting the optimal amount of sleep can help you stay sharp and...

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  5. Modern Technology that can Improve Your Life at Home

    Written by: Dunham

    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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  6. Travelling tips for Seniors

    Written by: Dunham

    Multigenerational Family at beach -front As the weather warms up, you may be considering a trip to see your loved ones. Whether you are travelling close by, across the country or overseas, it is important to plan ahead to ensure your safety and comfort while you are away. Here are some tips for planning your trip, be it by plane,...

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  7. Understanding Cancer

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    Super seniors April is Canadian Cancer Society’s Daffodil Month. This month is about raising awareness and showing support for people living with cancer and their loved ones. Here is some information to better understand cancer. What is cancer? Cancer is a group of diseases that cause cells in our bodies to grow abnormally. All cells carry instructions...

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  8. Eating well as you age

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    Eating well can be challenging as one ages. If you are a caregiver to a senior loved one and have noticed stale foods around their house, a change in their weight, and poor eating habits, their nutrition could be at risk. It is important to understand why eating habits are impacted as one gets older....

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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. Heart Month: Keeping your heart healthy

    Written by: Sameen Junejo

    Bayshore advice on caring for somebody living iwth heart disease and stroke February is Heart Month, an opportunity to raise awareness about the role the heart plays in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. An estimated 70,000 Canadians suffer from heart attacks each year, with 16,000 Canadians dying as a result. It is important to learn to recognize the signs of a heart attack so you can react quickly...

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