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I was recently struck by the story of Shirley, a Chartwell resident living in one of their communities in Whitby, Ontario. Shirley was ... Continue Reading >
Every person I talk with about aging tells me they want to continue to make their own decisions about where and how they want to live as ... Continue Reading >
After over thirty years of working with older adults, I have found that as people age, they often have a belief that their lives can’t be ... Continue Reading >
Helping an aging parent may surface various emotions—some that can be enjoyable and rewarding, and others that can be painful or difficult ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers
Discovering that you and your siblings have very different perspectives about your parents’ situation may be one of the most surprising—and ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers
It may seem inevitable that we will become less active, both physically and socially, as we get older—especially when faced with mobility ... Continue Reading >
I recently worked with a family whose parents were still living in the home they’d been in for over 45 years. Like many people, Ben and ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Seniors
Hi, I’m Dr. Amy D’Aprix. I’m a gerontological social worker with over thirty years of experience working with, and on behalf of, older ... Continue Reading >

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