How to Deal With Dementia and Alzheimers

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With age comes memory loss, we have all experienced forgetfulness but often older people are hit hard and fast with memory loss. In severe cases the development of Alzheimers takes place. Alzheimers is an irreversible, progressive brain disorder...

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Senior Mental Health

Mental health is essential for people to be successful in living a long, happy and fulfilled life. When focusing on the well-being of our older population we usually focus on the deteriorating physical health that often coincides with the aging...

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The Benefits of Seniors Owning Pets

Anyone who has owned a pet understands and will vouch for how therapeutic they are. Getting older often coincides with fewer interactions with others, due to lack of mobility, cognitive ability, health issues or a number of other reasons. Owning...

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Signs Of Elder Abuse

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  Children and seniors are the most at risk demographics to be victims of abuse. The prevalence for elder abuse in Canada is 7.5%, meaning 695,248 older Canadians are victims of abuse every year which is absolutely unacceptable.    ...

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A Day In The Life Of A Packer

Being a packer for a moving service is quite an unconventional job, each day is a new location with new clients and new things to pack. Here’s a glimpse of what a usual work day looks like for us!   7:00 – Wake up, have a cup of...

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We blog now!

We blog now!

It is wintertime and as the mercury drops, the task of moving becomes more daunting for older adults and their families. Cabinets display beautiful family china, crystal and linens that hold memories of dinners past,  but are now awaiting their...

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