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Advice For Seniors

It may seem inevitable that we will become less active, both physically and socially, as we get older—especially when faced with mobility ... Continue Reading >
I recently worked with a family whose parents were still living in the home they’d been in for over 45 years. Like many people, Ben and ... Continue Reading >
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Spring is a symbolic time of renewal, with budding trees and the first traces of flowers both warming and refreshing our lives, whether ... Continue Reading >
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Once you’ve made the decision to move into a retirement residence and start a new chapter in your life, you may begin to question ... Continue Reading >
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Meet Midget Tuffin, a nine-year-old pup who moved into Chartwell Leamington Retirement Residence with her human companions, Ken and Elise, ... Continue Reading >
The World Health Organization (WHO) launched the Global Age-Friendly Cities Project in 2007, which brought together 33 cities in 22 ... Continue Reading >
A group of residents at  Chartwell Imperial Place  are knitting hats to raise awareness about Shaken Baby Syndrome and help ... Continue Reading >
A quaint, boutique-style seniors’ community situated in friendly Pickering, Ontario, Chartwell Parkway Retirement Residence is tucked ... Continue Reading >
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Staff at Chartwell Duke of Devonshire in Ottawa were pleased to welcome Mr. Abdul Khanani to their elegant retirement community for a ... Continue Reading >
A beloved family recipe can be a reminder of happy memories, and as residents at Chartwell Oak Park Terrace recently saw, it can also help ... Continue Reading >
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If you feel your loved one could benefit from living in a retirement residence, there’s no better way to explore the option than to ... Continue Reading >

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