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Retirement living is an option that addresses all of those concerns. There is a home-like environment that is safe, provides meals and housekeeping, as well as the opportunity to socialize and have friends right where you live. Easy socialization is one of the best aspects of retirement living. No one should spend their later years isolated and lonely.
It seems a universals practice for people to focus on the loses associated with aging, rather than the benefits.
I like to think of life like a book with many chapters. When we are younger, we are often eager for the next chapter of our life.
We know we need to practice good physical self-care, but as we continue to hunker in the months ahead, how do we get through this second wave with our mental and emotional health intact?
Many of us probably feel that in the last few months we have been surviving, rather than thriving.
Many of us will be spending Thanksgiving with our parents and siblings—either in person or virtually due to COVID-19.
In the first few months of the pandemic when we were all hunkered down, almost everyone was focused on responding to the situation at hand.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to unfold, some people have wondered if they should take their parent out of a retirement or long term care residence until the stay-at-home orders are lifted.
These are certainly strange and stressful times we are living in right now! None of us could have anticipated that things would change so quickly in our lives as we focus on containing the spread of COVID-19.
People often find that one of the greatest benefits of being in a couple is having someone with whom to dream about the future and to think through plans and decisions.
Are you and your spouse finding it difficult to get on the same page when it comes to your housing situation as you age?
Joan and Eddie MacMaster have three adult children: Michael, Joanne, and Gail. Michael lives about 15 minutes away from his parents and his sisters live in other provinces. Although still quite healthy, Joan and Eddie’s needs are increasing as they age. Michael stops in almost every day to check on them and provide what help he can.

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