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Advice For Seniors

Does a spring decluttering—or downsizing—spark joy in your life? For some, the answer may be a resounding “no.” If,; ... Continue Reading >
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‘Tis the season for hearts and flowers and the power of love —which we all know makes us feel wonderful, both mentally, emotionally and; ... Continue Reading >
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You may have recently explored retirement living and decided that the lifestyle would positively impact your life and help you maintain; ... Continue Reading >
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When I meet with my clients I always encourage them to think about how they will maintain choice, control and independence as they age—key; ... Continue Reading >
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Over the span of my career I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with thousands of Canadians about their retirement years. For many, this; ... Continue Reading >
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Is making the move to a retirement home the next big chapter in your life—or the life of a loved one you’re supporting? You’ve no doubt; ... Continue Reading >
As an older adult, you may find you’re in need of more support as you age— whether it be with activities of your daily routine, or with; ... Continue Reading >
When my father was 83 years old, he told me that he still felt like he did when he was in his 40’s. He exclaimed, “Then I walk; ... Continue Reading >
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If you were to ask an adult child if they would like their parent to have companionship in their later years, he or she would likely say; ... Continue Reading >
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Spring is a symbolic time of renewal, and an ideal time to contemplate our health and well-being. For some, it may even be the right time; ... Continue Reading >
Chartwell’s company vision is to Make People’s Lives BETTER , but that aim does not only extend to the lives of our residents and their; ... Continue Reading >
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When I ask people whom they think will help them when they get older, without hesitation most answer “my children.” It’s true that adult; ... Continue Reading >
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