Broken Hearts: Understanding and Treating Heart Failure

Understanding and treating Heart Failure

May 1 – 7 is National Heart Failure Awareness Week  Heart Failure is a growing concern for all age groups. Early signs of heart failure are similar in our aging community as in other age groups. Better treatments are available for other health conditions, such as hypertension and diabetes, and people live longer than a decade ago. […]

Boost Your Brain Health and Fight Brain Aging

Boost your Brain health and fight brain aging

March is Brain Health Awareness month, and the third week is Brain Health Awareness Week.  Millions of people are affected yearly by brain diseases like Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s, Strokes, and depression. Brain research is vital in finding solutions and possible cures. Normal aging and dementia are two different things.  Normal aging is a natural gradual […]

Shining a Light on Brain Injury

Shining a Light on Brain Injury

In Canada, June is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Each year national, provincial, and local associations run campaigns to increase awareness about the prevalence of brain injury; the obstacles that exist for those with brain injury; and the need for more services and support at all stages of recovery. The 2022 national collaborative Brain Injury Awareness […]

Stay Active, Connected, and Safe

Stay Active, Connected, and Safe

June is the month we Celebrate Seniors in Ontario The theme is Stay Active, Stay Connected, and Stay Safe It’s a time when we recognize our amazing older Ontarians and the contributions they have made and continue to. How do seniors contribute to our communities? They shop, use services, and pay taxes. Seniors have more […]

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