Oct 7, 2019 7:00 PM By: Cathy Pelletier All Niagara adults who [...]
Whether screening children’s vision or helping people through poverty, volunteers [...]
Oct 14, 2019 by Carolyn Triemstra Special to The St. Catharines Standard Niagara [...]
The idea is that young people get training in how to explain computer skills "that in many cases would be foreign to seniors."
Author Doug Rapelje strongly suggests we exercise a right that many around the world do not have.
Niagara is notably on the world stage of age-friendly communities that also includes New York, Paris, London and 850 other communities worldwide.
The main event is Fire Safety for Seniors from 9 a.m. to noon at the Welland Community Wellness Complex, at 145 Lincoln St., on Thursday, Oct. 10.
Ng and Bliss are participating in the Toronto HomeShare program. It matches older adults with a room to spare in their home with university or college students looking for affordable housing.
Thousands of seniors in Niagara might soon benefit from a new program providing them with dental care they otherwise couldn't afford, despite concerns that too many seniors will be excluded.
Niagara-on-the-Lake has long been regarded as a pretty great place to live, but there is always room for improvement — and, with a changing face of the community, its focus on wellness too must change.