Posts in the Aging category
Safety Tips for New Walker Users
Walkers can help older adults and those with disabilities remain independent and safe by providing stability and assurance. If not used properly, though, walkers and other assistive walking devices (also called durable medical equipment/DME) can cause the accidents they were meant to prevent. It’s crucial to select a walker suited to your needs, learn how to use it correctly and maintain the equipment's integrity.* Keep Reading
Noticing Changes in Your Loved Ones After the Holidays
The whirl of the holiday season is behind us, and while you’re left with happy memories, you... Keep Reading
What to Look for When Visiting Older Adults During the Holidays
For many families, the holidays are the only time they spend face-to-face. While phone calls and... Keep Reading
Autumn Activities for Older Adults and Their Families
Autumn in Canada brings chilly breezes and the fiery colours of the changing leaves. And, though we... Keep Reading
Older Adults and Falls: A Serious But Preventable Concern
Anyone can fall. But as we age, our risk of falling increases. This can be attributed to a variety... Keep Reading

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