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Better at Home

Having the talk

Apr 17, 2019 – McMaster University – The Bottom Line  Advance care planning involves discussions between patients, caregivers/family, and healthcare providers about end-of-life care decisions.     In patients, advance care planning can increase documentation of end-of-life
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World Alzheimer’s Month: addressing the stigma around dementia

https://www.mcmasteroptimalaging.org/hitting-the-headlines/detail/hitting-the-headlines/2019/09/03/world-alzheimer-s-month-addressing-the-stigma-around-dementia#.XXlFHYHtwCw.email
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Welcome summer! The health benefits associated with the activities you love

Welcome summer! The health benefits associated with the activities you love
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Welcome summer! The health benefits associated with the activities you love

Welcome summer! The health benefits associated with the activities you love
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Be prepared: Tips for facing disasters

 McMaster University – The Bottom Line o    Climate change and rapid urbanization can increase the intensity and frequency of disasters. o    Many factors influence people’s ability to cope with disasters, such as age, health status, income, social support, and the communication
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Four ways to stay active this winter

Four ways to stay active this winter Jan 15, 2019 – McMaster University – The Bottom Line Older adults in Canada are more likely than any other age group to live a sedentary lifestyle, and winter weather can make it even harder to stay active. With less daylight, it can be
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Choose to Move at a Glance

Choose to Move at a Glance
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World Elder Abuse Awareness

Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre and Registry

http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/family-social-supports/seniors/health-safety/advance-care-planning/nidus-personal-planning-resource-centre-and-registry    
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