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A Primer On What You Need In Order To Age In Place

Most Canadians would prefer to age in place over moving into an assisted-living facility; there are the benefits of comfort, privacy and cherished memories...

Canadian Research Chair Receives $600,000 in Federal Grant Funding to Study Rural Dementia

A researcher at Thompson Rivers University has been awarded a Canadian Research Chair in Nursing and Population Health, including $600,000 in federal grant funding...

Saskatchewan Communities Recognized As Age-Friendly

This week, three communities in Saskatchewan were recognized by the Government of Saskatchewan for their commitment to being age-friendly, as demonstrated through community engagement...

This App Is Helping Older Adults Age In Place In New York

In the state of New York, thanks to agetech company Blooming Health, older adults have improved access to information and community-based aging services, facilitating...

Upgrading Your Home For Aging in Place Will Cost You–Here Is The Cost Breakdown

The number of older adults who want to age in place is growing. By how much? A survey from October 2020 conducted by the...

The HealthTech Home Project and Health Cities Are Using Technology to Develop Innovative Solutions For Aging Populations

In Alberta, a new initiative from The Brenda Stafford Foundation (BSF), the HealthTech Home project, and Health Cities, is focused on addressing the pressure...

Plant an Aging-In-Place Garden

While there's lots of talk about how to upgrade your home for aging in place, there's often little said about your home garden –...

Six Expert Tips to Making the Smooth Transition to Living as An Older Adult

The baby boomer generation is aging and with it, there is an increased demand for products and services for older adults, including housing. Regardless...

This Unique Home Will Help Students Develop Aging-in-Place Solutions

A 105-year-old home in Pittburgh with asbestos and lead, a problematic chimney, structural issues, old electrical and a damp basement is proving to be...

This Free Resource Will Help You Navigate Aging in New Brunswick

Michelle Lafrance, a St. Thomas University psychology professor, has developed an online resource to help older adults and their caregivers navigate the health and...

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