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My Father and Mother, each came to Canada from different countries when they were about the same age. They landed in Canada, met each other, married and soon had three children; 2 girls and a...
Warmer weather is approaching and it’s a good time to start thinking about hydration. Our bodies are made up of about 60% water, which is a pretty big clue that liquids play a significant role in...
Our newsletter celebrates colourful events this Spring. Our communities have participated in a variety of activities showing great generosity and Team spirit. Spring is a refreshing season - be...
The students of Tecumseh Elementary in Vancouver’s Victoria-Fraserview are part of sea-change taking place in BC’s educational curriculum, but as far as the kids are concerned, today’s field trip is...
Our Team loves challenges, especially when it involves food. A few days ago Kurt came to visit his wife Verena at one of our communities in Kelowna. He had saved the last of her baking in...
During the month of March Dietitians of Canada celebrate Nutrition. This year the theme is to “Unlock the Potential of Food”, we celebrate how food can fuel, prevent and heal our bodies. Without...
An Alzheimer Café is a type of post-diagnostic group intervention, held monthly, that provides education, information about dementing illnesses, as well as various types of support for people with...
Our Residents at Grandview Towers have embraced an adult colouring program and we are encouraged by the results. I think of Irene, she participates in our Residents of Seniors Supportive Housing...
The month of February, or the month of love, seems like a prime opportunity to talk about heart health.  There are several lifestyle factors that play a key role in maintaining a healthy heart....
In reflection of Alzheimer's Awareness month we recommend reading Feeding My Mother by Jann Arden. Genre Biography, Family Relationships, Health Synopsis Based on her hugely popular...

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