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Demographers have been saying it for years: The silver tsunami is going to hit. In addition to social programming, healthcare and accessible housing, major cities out Read More
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Some have spent their lives dreaming of the "Freedom 55" club. The chance to travel, spend more time with the grandkids and explore hobbies and Read More
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The silver wave that's sweeping the digital world is showing no signs of letting up. Dating sites - from match.com to Plenty of Fish and Read More
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Did you have a favourite pastime in your younger days that gradually slipped away with time and the demands of adulthood? With the Maryland Hall Read More
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A new study published by the Canadian Mortgage Housing shows that in the last year, the availability of senior’s rental housing has been on an Read More
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We’ve all heard the connection between physical and mental fitness. St. Louis-based personal trainer Bret Stanwich is helping to make that goal even easier for Read More
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In the last year, social media has really started catching on among the 50+ crowd. According to this article from the Pittsburgh Tribune, seniors make up Read More
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These days more and more seniors are going online -- emailing friends, reading digital editions of their favourite papers, even doing a bit of online Read More
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Let's get real. We know that the Internet can provide seniors with health information, access to groups coping with like chronic diseases, daily news, how-to Read More
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Researchers believe computers can help push back two chronic conditions of aging – depression and isolation
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Googling is good for grandparents. Internet use can boost the brain activity of the elderly, potentially slowing or even reversing the age-related declines that can Read More
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I’m telling you, it’s the best thing for seniors. It challenges their mind, that’s what it does. It challenged mine
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Helping seniors stay in touch with family members is a key ingredient in reducing depression and anything that fosters connections is a boon. I find Read More