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Senior Staying Connected To Family

5 Tips for Seniors to Stay Connected with Family

Many seniors have adult children living outside of Montreal. Not being in contact with family members can present many health problems for the elderly, including depression and a lowered cognitive function. However, there are plenty of simple ways for seniors…

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Wandering Dementia Senior

Dementia Wandering: Causes & Prevention

Seniors who suffer from Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia will sometimes wander, often traveling far from their home and getting lost. According to the Alzheimer's Association, 6 out of every 10 people with this disease will wander. It can…

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Senior Holding A Stress Ball And Being Comforted

Elder Abuse Awareness Day: Why Today Matters

Today, June 15th, is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. This observance day is held on the same date each year, and is officially recognized by the United Nations. Seniors are an at-risk group for mistreatment, and those with elderly parents…

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Two Seniors In The Summer On A Park Bench

10 Summer Safety Tips for Seniors

Montreal seniors often enjoy the summer weather because of its opportunities for relaxation and outdoor activities. While getting enough sunlight is important, there are risks involved; caregivers of the elderly should be aware of excessive sun exposure and heat stroke.…

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