Category Archive: Tip of the Month

Don’t fall this Fall

In Canada, 215 older adults are hospitalized each day because of a fall. Falls among older adults accounted for $3.4 billion in direct health care costs. It takes a community to prevent a fall. This Fall Prevention Month, click here to take action. #FallPreventionMonth2018 #PreventFalls2018 @NYSCentre Continue Reading »

How do you know when to step in?

Your involvement in your parents’ care may start very suddenly with an illness or an accident. Chances are, it will be clear at that time what you need to do. But if things progress more gradually, it can be difficult to know when you should step in and how much Continue Reading »

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5 Questions You Should Be Asking Your Doctor

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Heat- How you can protect yourself and others

Heat stress and heat stroke are more likely to develop in older adults than younger ones.  Some of the reasons for this include:  As one grows older, their body cannot adjust to sudden changes in temperatures as well as before. Certain chronic illnesses that may develop with age changes normal Continue Reading »

Food for Thought

Food for Thought: Can Food really affect your mood? They say you are what you eat, but can food really affect your mood? Different vitamins and minerals are linked boosting your mood and energy levels, lessening irritability, depression and anxiety.  Some of these super foods include; Whole Grains; these are Continue Reading »

Knowing the signs of a heart attack could save your life.

With February being the month of love, we want you to take care of your heart. Knowing the signs of a heart attack may save your life, as well as the life of a loved one. While chest pain is the most common, there is a variety of symptoms that Continue Reading »

January is Alzheimer Awareness Month

Did you know that women are doubly affected by Alzheimer’s disease? They outnumber men living with the disease and more often than not shoulder the responsibility of caring for a family member with it. You know these women. They are the special women in your life – mothers, wives, sisters, Continue Reading »