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How to Age Well and Stay in Your Home

From The New York Times website

Barbara Ehrenreich, popular author and self-described mythbuster, has written about how, having reached her mid-70s, she has lived long enough and now forgoes regular medical exams. 127 more words

Health & Safety

Contributed Post: How to Make Moving Easier for Seniors

Contributed by Allison Hail

How to Make Moving Easier for Seniors

Moving is rarely a fun experience and seems to become less enjoyable the older we get. 665 more words

Aging In Place

May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

By: Sara Jackson, MiCAFE Network Specialist 

Being physically active does wonders for our bodies no matter our age or size. According to the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion… 157 more words


Need a Tall Planter for use when Standing or Sitting?

Do you, a friend, or a relative need a planter that is
tall enough to use standing or sitting?
If so, we invite you to… 139 more words

Senior Services

Spring AIP Newsletter Published

The Spring 2018 Yarmouth Aging In Place Newsletter has been published! You may read the latest edition by clicking here.

Aging In Place

Remembering When News

Upcoming Presentations

May 31st at 1:30 p.m.
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
436 Spadina Crescent Lower Hall

If you are interested in having a Remembering When™ presentation for your group or would like more information, please contact Dori Krahn (306)975-7715. 94 more words


Using Technology to Support the Role of Family Caregivers to Older Adults

Using Technology to Support the Role of Family Caregivers
to Older Adults

In partnership with SCOA, Drs. Lorraine Holtslander and Shelley Peacock have received SHRF funding for their project, which combines technology and caregiving.  233 more words