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Posted in Senior Wellness, Health Check | December 2016

You need your sleep

Obviously we all know that when we don’t get enough sleep we feel tired and maybe a bit foggy for the rest of the day. We might even be short-tempered and a little forgetful. You can certainly feel the effects of a...

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Posted in Senior Wellness | October 2016

Seniors, it’s your day!

On December 14, 1990 the United Nations General Assembly voted to establish October 1 as the International Day of Older Persons. Designed to raise awareness about issues affecting the elderly such as elder abuse and...

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Posted in Senior Wellness | July 2016

Improve your quality of living

Most people are adamant that they want to age at home for as long as possible, and that’s certainly understandable. Home is what we know; it’s where we’re comfortable and where so many of our memories were made. Aging...

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Posted in Senior Wellness | June 2016

Once upon a time

People who have reached a certain age have many stories to tell, plenty of wisdom to share, and wonderful experiences that younger generations would love to learn from. Telling your story is important for what it can...

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Posted in Senior Wellness | March 2016

Growing old with gusto

Actress and writer Bonnie Hunt once said, “Just ’cause there’s snow on the roof doesn’t mean there’s not a fire inside.” This statement embodies the spirit of Wellderly Week – a special...

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Posted in Senior Wellness | February 2016

Stay in touch

There are many reasons why seniors may find themselves spending more time on their own. Children grow up and leave the nest, retirement takes us away from the hustle and bustle of a workplace, and divorce or the death...

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Posted in Senior Wellness, Community | January 2016

Growing old together

Once upon a time there were really only three viable housing options for seniors: either they aged in place alone in their own homes, they moved in with an adult child or other younger relative, or they went into a...

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