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There’s no denying that moving can be stressful for anyone, especially for seniors. Those who choose retirement living, however, can enjoy peace of mind knowing that many senior living residences provide what’s known as a “continuum of care”— setting and services that allow you or a loved one to age in place without the need for a move.
For older people living with cognitive impairment and mild-to-moderate dementia, Chartwell offers a unique Memory Living Program. We sat down with Allison Schindler, Chartwell’s Director of Memory Living, to find out what makes the program special—and how it’s helping seniors and their families to enjoy a good day, every day.
Can the right clothing help your senior loved one with mobility issues feel more confident, independent, and stay physically and socially active?
The good news is Canadians began receiving the first two approved COVID-19 vaccines in December.
Colder weather is on its way, and with many of us mindful of social distancing rules, we’ll be spending more time indoors looking for activities to engage our minds, feed our spirits and warm our hearts.
Many of us will be spending Thanksgiving with our parents and siblings—either in person or virtually due to COVID-19.
Supporting and connecting meaningfully with someone living with dementia can make a vital positive difference and help overcome isolation in normal circumstances and in pandemic situations.
There has been a great deal written and said about long term care (“LTC”) in Ontario during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. We wish to set out the facts behind the many myths that have been brought forward.
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.
Canadians have quickly become familiar with “physical distancing” as we continue to adjust to the new normal of COVID-19 prevention and control.
For residents of Canadian retirement communities, physical contact with family and friends hasn’t been possible or has been limited for several months due to social distancing restrictions to keep one another safe and flatten the curve.
Belonging to a supportive, caring community has a positive impact on an older adult’s physical and mental health in good times and adversity.

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