Niagara is notably on the world stage of age-friendly communities and in the company of New York, Paris and London and 850 other communities world-wide...read more.
Hamilton’s groundbreaking age-friendly strategy must incorporate ideas to help the city’s diverse community, said a member of the senior advisory’s committee...read more.
When it comes to redeveloping the network of long-term care homes in Niagara, the risks of doing nothing outweigh the costs of going ahead with major projects...read more.
Mayor Walter Sendzik’s message to seniors was that St. Catharines is returning to the prosperity they remembered from their younger years...read more.
Program simulates frustration, anxiety felt by people with Alzheimers or other disabilities...read more.
“In the next 30 years, the number of people with dementia is expected to triple,” said WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus...read more.
The cornerstone philosophy behind the federal government’s long-awaited strategy for confronting dementia is a simple one: prevent Canadians from developing the condition in the first place...read more.
Paris, London, New York city, and now, Thorold, have joined the ranks of the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Network for Age-friendly Cities and Communities...read more.
Sometime in the painful days after a husband or wife’s death, the funeral home or a family member will encourage the bereaved spouse to fill out the paperwork to get the Canada Pension Plan survivor’s benefit...read more.