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Seniors say technology is key to independence

For Canadian seniors, technology is making an increasing difference in their ability to remain at home, independent and engaged. Online seniors 75-plus say they are most inclined to use technology that helps them stay socially active (63 per cent), according

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Tech-savy seniors help bridge gap with younger generation

There is no getting away from it. Technology is all around us, and has become an integral part of how we communicate, share information and even socialize. And while the online world is most often associated with younger generations, those

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Many Boomers Unsatisfied With Aging Prospects

As many as 85 per cent of Boomers (people aged 45 to 64) say they are not content with their prospects of aging. This statistic was revealed in a recent poll from Revera, a leading provider of seniors’ care, accommodation

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Baby Boomers Want Better Aging Experience

A recent research poll asked Boomers and adults over the age of 75 about what it means to age in Canada. They were asked about their expectations and priorities in terms of lifestyle, health care and what changes they think

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There’s No Age Limit To Art

Research shows that artistic expression has a powerful effect on seniors. That kind of creativity can promote everything from a positive outlook to emotional resiliency. Indeed, seniors tell us there’s an art to living well in retirement – and it

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