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Welcome To Adaptive Clothing Store in Winnipeg! We offer adaptive clothing for seniors, people with physical limitations, Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis, MS, degenerative illnesses and for those who need quality outfits offering discretion. These garments are beneficial for caregivers as well. They are uniquely designed to meet the needs of wheelchair-dependent people. We carry the premium […]

Source of information is Alzheimer Society of Manitoba Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive, degenerative brain disease. Several changes occur in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease. The brain cells shrink or disappear, and are replaced by dense, irregularly-shaped spots, or plaques. Another indicator of the disease is thread-like tangles within existing brain cells. These […]

GREAT-GRANDPARENTS RAISING CHILDREN: A TRIBUTE (VIDEO 2:42) Imagine being parents again after 65 years of marriage. While it is common now to read about the millions of grandparents raising children, very little is mentioned about great-grandparents in similar circumstances during their golden years. Great-grandparents accepting a responsibility of this magnitude are presented with many challenges […]

A REMARKABLE CONVERSATION ABOUT AGING We talk a lot about the impact that society’s devaluing of age has on us as older people, but how does it affect young women in their 20s and 30s? If you haven’t been spending time with Gen Y lately, you might be surprised – not just by how significantly […]

Social worker Dorothy Miller, originally coined the term “sandwich generation” back in 1981, to describe women in their 30s to 40s who were “sandwiched” between young children and aging parents as their primary caregiver. A lot has changed since then. Women are delaying child-bearing and seniors are living longer. Because of these added variables, the […]

On October 1, the Government of Canada proudly celebrates National Seniors Day, recognizing the contributions of Canadian seniors. By staying active, informed and engaged seniors across Canada are demonstrating to all Canadians what it means to age well. Reliable Home Care Agency is committed to care for seniors and people with disability. “The following poem […]

Smoothies pack a nutritional punch for seniors, who need to get the right amount of nutrients for healthy aging. We’ve collected 40 recipes and sorted them by essential nutrient. A critical part of healthy aging—and avoiding senior malnutrition—is getting enough of the right nutrients. Seniors need a range of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other healthful […]

This is the tear-jerking moment a grandfather gets a puppy after losing his wife of 63 years. The adorable pup was bought by Davy Vanhaesendonck as a present for his grandfather to help with his grieving process after losing both the love of his life and his previous dog within three months. When Davy hands him […]

Certain hereditary diseases – such as cystic fibrosis and Huntington’s disease – present an array of symptoms similar to that of other illnesses, making the conditions tricky to diagnose. Now, researchers have created a computer program that they say can simplify diagnosis of such diseases. The research team, led by Marcel Schulz of the Max […]

The number of people retiring every day is increasing and it is not possible for most of the persons to get re-employed even though they are medically fit. It is high time to go in depth for analyzing this problem. After all it is our life and we have to find resources to keep ourselves […]


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