“There’s something special in the water of the Salish Sea,’ Governor Inslee said yesterday, and we agree,” said Laurie Gourlay in a letter to the Washington State Governor and BC Premier today.
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Isobel Mackenzie, Seniors Advocate for BC, released a report today highlighting results of BC’s first ever province-wide survey of home support clients and their family members.
After 12 years Seniors 101 continues to evolve and respond to the needs of our users.
If you are caring for loved ones who suffer from Alzheimer’s you might have experienced feelings of helpless anxiety when they inexplicably wander off and you can’t find them.
One of the most critical places to have a caregiver with you is during a hospital stay. Many people find this a surprising concept.
If your senior loved one has received an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, there are a few things you can do to help preserve his or her cognitive health.
The health benefits of exercise are extraordinarily well documented. Regular exercise lowers your risk of a stroke by 27%, reduces instances of both high blood pressure and Alzheimer’s disease by 40%, cuts your chance of developing diabetes by 50%, and … Continue reading
Overall, many older adults are capable of driving safely, even into their seventies and eighties. But people age differently. Several factors place seniors at much greater risk for road accidents.