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You Can Make Caregiving Easier, Here’s How - There’s no doubt that caregiving is a stressful and challenging job. Considering 28% of Canadians aged 15 years and older are caring for a loved one, it’s crucial that stress levels are minimized. Not only will this aid in more stable and positive mental health, but stronger physical health as well. Read more: Boomer to Boomer - Category: Wellness
Five Steps of Advance Care Planning - Too many Canadians don't have a plan for their future healthcare. But Advance Care Planning is easy! There are just five steps... Read more: Youtube - Category: Wellness
Cruise Tips and Tricks: 10 Things Every Boomer Needs to Know - Life after 50 should be all about following your passions and exploring the world. One of my favorite ways to do both is to take a cruise to a far-off location. Not only does cruising allow you to see the world from a completely new perspective, but, it is also a fantastic way to make new friends. In addition, unlike the stereotypical lounge-in-the-sun-drinking-cocktails cruises of the past, modern cruises offer so many ways to learn new things and explore your passions. Read more: Sixty & Me - Category: Travel
Aging into Addiction: Senior Alcoholism and Prescription Drug Abuse - Here’s how one senior got sober and got his life back. Read more: My Silver Age - Category: Health
Margaret Trudeau pens new memoir about aging joyfully - When 22-year-old Margaret Sinclair married the 51-year-old then Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau, in 1971, all people seemed to want to talk about was the couple's 29-year age gap. Read more: CBC Canada - Category: Residences
Women not living as long as before - Statistics from the U.K. show a drop in life expectancy for elderly females. This could be connected to cutbacks in care and changes to the lifestyle habits of baby boomers Read more: Digital Journal - Category: Residences
Fitness: The art of aging well - With so many Baby Boomers now in their 60s, aging is no longer the sole domain of their parents’ generation. In fact, 15.7 per cent of Canada’s population is 65 years and older, with the tail end of the Boomer generation already 50. Read more: Montreal Gazette - Category: Wellness
How certain sports may nurture the aging brain - The two fencers pull on their mesh-front masks and face each other behind two “en garde” lines. At their coach’s signal, they raise their sabres and the practice bout begins in a flurry. Read more: The Star - Category: Wellness
Generation Squeezed deserves more government attention, says UBC study - A new UBC study says governments should do more to help cash-strapped and house-poor younger generations rather than plowing more resources into services for aging but wealthy baby boomers. Read more: CBC Canada - Category: Residences
Minister Ambrose Hosts Healthy Aging Roundtable - Government of Canada supports seniors' health and well-being - Today, the Honourable Rona Ambrose, Minister of Health, and Member of Parliament for Regina-Lumsden- Lake Centre, Tom Lukiwski, were pleased to host a roundtable on healthy aging. Read more: Newswire - Category: Residences

All Things Senior is Canada Wide!

Building on our already popular Ontario annual publication the "Comprehensive Guide to Retirement Living®", our online directory includes a National database of resource information for Canadian seniors including  retirement homes, nursing homes, seniors' apartment buildings and many in-home goods and services directed at seniors looking to downsize or stay in their own homes.

Try out "The Retirement Home Finder" to locate a home that can meet your specific needs or our Province-specific Resources for Seniors section to find out about a range of services available to seniors in your community. Our ever increasing Article Library offers a wealth of information on many topics related to resources, housing, financial information and a host of other topics.

Our new apps make finding a residence while you are 'on-the-go' as simple as a few clicks. With an easy link into Google Maps, get contact information and instant directions to assist you in navigating to a home of your choice. 

With our significant and growing database of resources for seniors in addition to our database of over 2400 retirement residences, more than 1500 nursing homes and a growing number of senior apartment buildings in Canada, is the most comprehensive source of information about services and housing for seniors in Canada.



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