Pickles, pizza, quilts, sewing and writing memoirs – what is keeping you busy these days?
If you think conditions have improved in long term care facilities think again. It isn’t the hard working staff to blame.
What are your plans for the New Year? How can you stay happy and healthy?
Keep moving. Challenge yourself to exercise your brain in new ways. Rent a metal detector, try a new musical instrument or exercise program. Keep going, trying new things so we can embrace the next months.
What are your comfort foods? Are you spending more time in the kitchen and around the table these days?
Senior care needs action now! Instead of the Federal and Provincial governments saying they understand concerns, they need to implement the processes and standards that have been identified to stop the needless annihilation of our seniors.
Make a list and check it twice as you plan for the autumn and fall. As a baby boomer what are you going to do to stay healthy and happy?
Let’s focus on what’s right with the world and how practical help for someone who needs support
A good friend turned 80 this past February and we had a great celebratory week of parties. She never says “getting older” it’s always “getting wiser.” I think it’s a great idea. Words do matter! When you see Penny around our RV Park you see this slim, strong woman in sweats and long-sleeved t-shirts walking, …
The Royal Society of Canada (RSC) published a report on July 2, 2020 that consists of 9 steps to solving the workforce crisis in nursing homes, all of which require a strong, coordinated leadership at the federal and provincial/territorial levels to implement. It says” Our long-term care sector, particularly nursing homes, is in crisis now …