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Adding a social, tech-savvy layer to falls prevention

We are thrilled that our Stronger at Home program was featured in the Centre for Aging, Brain Health Innovation website. “Kinesiologist Abby Malott of Tillsonburg, Ontario realized many older adults in her rural community were very much interested in falls prevention classes, but simply couldn’t attend in person. Abby helped launch a community-based exercise prevention …

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Aging at home doesn’t mean staying at home – get out and have fun

Social activity not only boosts spirits but it can help mental alertness. Remaining physically healthy can help you enjoy life to the fullest. You are never too old to dance in the kitchen or kiss for no reason! Aging at home doesn’t mean staying at home, it is important to get out and have fun.  …

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Key Strategies for Aging Well – Managing Medication Carefully

Disregarding the importance of taking medication has become a very common problem, with often valid reasons. The key issues include uncomfortable side effects, less than perfect outcomes or slow results. In some cases, inadvertent poorly timed or forgotten doses can make matters worse.  Discontinuing medication, missing a dose, doubling up doses or taking the wrong …

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