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Family Caregivers and Seniors Recognized in Economic Action Plan 2014

By | January 26th, 2016|News Article, Retirement Home, Senior Living|

Feb. 12, 2014 /CNW/ - The Canadian Home Care Association (CHCA) congratulates the Federal Government on their sustained commitment to supporting seniors to safely live in their homes with dignity, independence and quality of life.  The Economic Action Plan 2014 included a number of practice initiatives that will enable seniors to fulfill many important and diverse [...]

Bogus ‘grandchildren’ scam $65,000 from Calgary seniors: police

By | January 26th, 2016|News Article, Retirement Home, Senior Living|

City police are warning Calgarians about the so-called grandparent scam after a dozen cases have cropped up in recent weeks. In each case, the victim is contacted by someone posing as a family member — often a grandchild — or friend in need of quick cash. Police say the scam artist will tell victims they [...]

CPP expansion not needed to help seniors in poverty: Report

By | January 26th, 2016|Retirement Home, Senior Living|

A new report argues that efforts to revamp the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) should take a back seat to a couple of straightforward policy reforms that would take the majority of single impoverished seniors out of poverty. The CPP policy ideas currently being batted around are unlikely to offer much help to this group, according [...]

A Little Mental Training Goes a Long Way for Seniors

By | January 26th, 2016|News Article, Retirement Home|

Seniors who received as little as 10 sessions of mental training were still exhibiting improved cognitive skills an entire decade later, according to a new study. “One of the reasons that this is surprising has to do with how little training we did with participants, about 10 to 18 sessions,” said researcher Michael Marsiske, an associate [...]