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Are you or a loved one considering whether a move to a retirement community may be a beneficial lifestyle change? If you’re wondering if the timing is right, or even if the lifestyle is the right fit for your needs and preferences, consider these seven questions
Continuing to live in current dwellings may be the right choice for some seniors as they age, but for others—whether they are active and independent or could benefit from additional daily support—their home may be what’s holding them back from leading the retirement years they deserve. 




 
A 2016 study by Pew Research Center found that 34 per cent of American seniors use social networking sites like Facebook, up from 27 per cent in 2013. Older adults are the fastest growing demographic of all Facebook users.
Active participation in the arts can have a positive impact on the health and well-being of older adults in many ways. Better physical healt ...
Optimism about life and a positive view of aging are both very good for your health. A positive attitude and resilience to overcome adversit ...
Can living in a retirement residence improve your health? It turns out a number of the reasons seniors choose to move into a retirement comm ...
The largest and most comprehensive study on Canadians aged 45-85 just released its first report on how we’re aging. The good news? Between 8 ...
Allison Schindler National Director, Memory Living & Life Enrichment At Chartwell since 2009 A popular misconception that I’ve come across ...
Longevity Blue Zones is an anthropological concept that describes the characteristics and environments of the world’s healthiest and longes ...
Just a few weeks ahead of Valentine’s Day—when some individuals may experience heightened feelings of loneliness over love—the U.K. governme ...
You may have noticed that the topic of loneliness is getting a lot of press these days. Britain recently appointed a “Minister of Loneliness ...
As the days get shorter and the weather turns cooler, it’s important for older adults to stay socially engaged with friends and family and n ...

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