Seniors turn to a wide variety of methods to stay active during retirement, but volunteering has proven to be one of the most popular options. According to Statistics Canada, adults 65 and older contributed about . . .
Dogs have long played an integral role in the lives of millions of Canadians, including seniors. But for many older adults who transition to retirement living, taking care of a four-legged friend full time can be difficult and . . .
A great deal of planning goes into healthy retirement living, but for many seniors and family caregivers, financial planning can be just as important. There are many factors to take into consideration when helping an . . .
A wide variety of factors help seniors enjoy a healthy retirement, but one of the most important is their level of physical activity. In addition to offering considerable benefits for their heart, weight and mobility, getting plenty . . .
Upon moving to retirement living, seniors have to adapt to a much different environment including, for many, learning how to live in a smaller space. While time tends to make this easier, how retirement living residents . . .
Early diagnosis receives a great deal of focus when it comes to Alzheimer’s disease, and with good reason. Identifying the symptoms as soon as possible gives seniors the chance to take proactive steps or look for memory care . . .
The common perception of video games is that they are entertainment options primarily for the younger crowd, but more and more, older adults are making people rethink their assumptions.
Diabetes affects people of all ages, but the disease is particularly prevalent in the senior population. According to Statistics Canada, more than 894,000 adults 65 and older are living with diabetes, and as the population ages . . .
Studies have shown that a significant majority of seniors prefer to spend their golden years aging in place, and while there are certainly advantages to living at home, retirement living communities provide a number of . . .
Dogs have long played an integral role in the lives of millions of Canadians, including seniors. But for many older adults who transition to retirement living, taking care of a four-legged friend full time can be difficult and not practical.