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CANADA | May 29, 2024

[News] What aging in place can look like: Golden Girls and NORCs

More Canadian seniors are choosing to avoid institutional living in favour of ‘aging in place.’ CBC’s Christine Birak breaks down why seniors are making this choice and what some alternatives look like.Click HERE to watch the video

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[News] National Association of Federal Retirees: Advocacy Spotlight

Advocacy Spotlight: Windsor Branch’s advocacy opening doorsFederal Retirees’ Windsor & Area Branch has focused on advocacy, and their work is paying off.As a direct result of their ongoing adv

[Article] The New Ideal Workplace: How Flexibility Benefits Caregivers - and Everyone Else

Click HERE to read the full articleOne in four Canadians, excluding parents, identifies as a caregiver – a figure that is projected to rise to 50% of Canadians in the future. Additionally, 58% of

[News] ParticipACTION Community Challenge presented by Novo Nordisk

ParticipACTION Community Challenge presented by Novo NordiskJune 1 – 30, 2024Together we move!Get ready to participate this June to get active, connect with others and help your community be crowned

[News] Ontario seniors to pay $400/day to stay in hospital instead of moving to LTC

Click HERE to read the full articleThe Ontario government says hospital patients who are waiting for space in long-term care homes can be moved to other locations not of their choosing up to 150 kilom

Global Intergenerational Week 2024

Click HERE to learn moreSE Health is excited to lead Global Intergenerational Week 2024 in Canada. From April 24 to May 1, we are highlighting the importance of people of different ages coming togethe

[Article] Social isolation linked to biological age gap, higher mortality rate

ROCHESTER, Minn. — A new study from Mayo Clinic finds that socially isolated people are more likely to show signs of being biologically older than their age and more likely to die from a variety o

[News] PEI - Increasing funding for rural community growth

More funding is available to community non-profits, indigenous organizations and municipal governments for projects that enhance rural communities in Prince Edward Island.  Under the Community Capac

[Article] 2024 Polytechnic Showcase spotlight: How Sheridan is leveraging AI for improved elder care

Click HERE to read the full articleFrom improving healthcare to confronting climate change, polytechnics have a front-row seat to industry’s most pressing talent and productivity challenges. Ahead o

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