10 Important Travel Tips for Snowbirds Flocking South this Winter
Senior Care

10 Important Travel Tips for Snowbirds Flocking South this Winter

by Craig Sutton  •  February 03, 2017
More than one million Canadian seniors head south each year, and this number only continues to rise. Snowbirds, who are often retired and have no desire to deal with the cold Canadian winter, prefer to spend their time down south in warmer regions in the southern United States such as Florida, Arizona, and Texas. Some even spend their winters in Mexico and other Central American countries. Who wants to have to deal with shovelling snow, icy roads, and slippery conditions, when they could b...
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The Future of Adult Care?

by Martha Scully  •  February 10, 2014
It’s heartbreaking. Almost 15% of Canadians over the age of 65 suffer from some sort of cognitive impairment, like dementia. It’s hard for families to watch their elders suffer, and many turn to traditional nursing homes to provide care, as such a high level of care is required.
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Seniors and Technology

by Martha Scully  •  October 20, 2011
Have you seen it? The wonderful video on YouTube showing a senior couple, Bruce and Esther Huffman fromMcMinnville, OR, using a webcam for the first time. I ended up watching the video amazed, not that they couldn't work a webcam, but how much Bruce still loves his wife.
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