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Karen Welds

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Karen Welds is a freelance writer and empty-nester living in Buckhorn, ON.

New Technology Helps Older Canadians Age In Place At Home Safely

Soon after turning 70, Marianne Buzza knew it was time to downsize. But it wasn’t about the size of the house. “I love to...

Aging In Place For Homeowners Is Within Reach With Universal Design

When kids leave home or retirement begins, homeowners often downsize or build their dream home as part of the next chapter of their lives....

AGE-WELL Volunteers Shape Real-World Solutions For An Aging Population

Volunteer work can be very satisfying, especially after retirement when more time is at your disposal. On the other hand, you don’t want to...

From Sci-Fi to the Real World

National research network taps into the vital role of technology in aging well Jim Mann likes to challenge himself and others. Eleven years ago, at...

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