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As we get closer to the holiday season, some of us may be feeling concerned about how jolly our time with extended family might be if we engage in certain conversations. For example, the pandemic and vaccination status has become a contentious topic that has, in many cases, led to family drama and upset. Family members may have different viewpoints about how safe it is to get together, whether everyone needs to be fully vaccinated, or whether masks may even be necessary in some situations.
Recent decades have shown that your home is one of your most profitable investments.
While there is no one-size-fits-all choice for seniors considering their future living arrangements, a retirement residence can be a smart—and healthy—decision for reasons that might not be obvious at first.
Many of us will be spending Thanksgiving with our parents and siblings—either in person or virtually due to COVID-19.
Today, we are more open about talking about our caregiving experiences, especially as the topic continues to receive more press
Winter can be an especially solitary time for some seniors, who may find they are spending more time alone in their homes because of bad weather or lack of transportation.
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.
Unclear about the differences between retirement residences and long term care homes? You’re not alone.
We all want to make our own choices, maintain control over our life, and have independence as we age.
It’s important to challenge a common stigma, which assumes people living with Alzheimer’s disease can’t enjoy quality of life and lose all their abilities.

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