Cooking can be an exciting and productive way to relieve stress and occupy free time, whether you’re preparing a meal for a large group of people or crafting a more intimate dinner for just a few.
Seniors living in retirement residences may benefit from interaction with pets, whether they’re volunteering at a local animal shelter or caring for felines in their own homes.
There are a number of benefits seniors obtain when socializing with their peers, whether they’re involved with other residents in one of Chartwell’s Six Signature Programs or visiting fellow seniors in the greater area.
Residents living at Chartwell City Centre may have had the opportunity to participate in one of Lucie Lafleur’s Laughter Yoga sessions. Lucie, who has worked at this retirement residence for the past couple of years, was . . .
As adults grow older, medical professionals begin to provide more guidelines concerning seniors’ diets, recommending lower sugar intake, higher fruit and vegetable consumption, and portion control for meals.
Throughout January, senior health experts, caregivers and those in retirement living communities across Canada recognized Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. The annual observance, organized by the Alzheimer Society of . . .
Hearing loss is often considered a natural part of growing older, but a new study suggests that it may have a more significant impact than previously thought. Researchers from Johns Hopkins University recently found . . .
Assisted living offers considerable benefits for seniors. While it does not provide the 24-hour care provided by nursing homes, assisted living facilities are ideal for older adults who require help with certain activities of daily . . .
Caring for an elderly loved one often requires adult children to make difficult decisions, not the least of which involves knowing when an older parent can no longer safely be behind the wheel.
Grown children of older adults are often concerned about their parents’ safety. Whether it’s being apprehensive about them living alone or worries over falls and injuries, it can be difficult for family caregivers to have . . .