01 Feb Legion Helps to Give Seniors a Leg Up
Residents and staff of the Lakeview Manor in Beaverton ON were happy to receive a generous donation of exercise equipment from their local Royal Canadian Legion branch. Using proceeds garnered from their annual poppy drive fundraiser, the Beaverton Legion proved just how important of a role community partnerships can play in the welfare and development of local communities, particularly in high needs sectors such as elder care.
One of the donations was a restorator bicycle which will help Lakeview Manor residents develop and maintain muscle strength and cardiovascular health. Low-impact exercise machines and workouts like the bicycle are ideal for the aging body and facilitate a positive experience of regular exercise. With equipment donations and other therapy programs, Lakeview Manor hopes to sustain a healthy, active quality of life for its residents.
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