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Imagine living the first 16 years of your life being able to see colours, shapes and all of nature’s splendour, only to have your vision ... Continue Reading >
Optimism about life and a positive view of aging are both very good for your health. A positive attitude and resilience to overcome ... Continue Reading >
Is making the move to a retirement home the next big chapter in your life—or the life of a loved one you’re supporting? You’ve no doubt ... Continue Reading >
Are your retirement years really the best of your life? “Yes!” says a 2016 Merrill Lynch/Age Wave report on leisure in retirement. ... Continue Reading >
Wilmot Pattenden Resident Baker at Chartwell Park Place Aurora, Ontario The scent of freshly-baked goods often fills the ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Active Living
Tags: heart health
As an older adult, you may find you’re in need of more support as you age— whether it be with activities of your daily routine, or with ... Continue Reading >
Antoine Normand, 77, of Chartwell Monastere d’Aylmer in Gatineau, Quebec, describes himself as a “Don Quichotte with a mission.” Known for ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Active Living
Ken McFarland of Chartwell Carrington Place isn’t one to ask for much. At age 94, the soft-spoken man is grateful for the life he has lived ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Active Living
It was easy when we were little—when “Do you want to be my friend?” often counted as an acceptable first introduction. Then school and work ... Continue Reading >

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