Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra Seniors Programs BLOG written by Guest, Megan Nourse of the HPO At the HPO, we consider music [...]
About Ellen RyanEllen Ryan, a gerontologist and semi-retired professor, sees later life as a time of opportunity for reflection, creativity, growth, connectedness, and contribution. She has been invited to speak about social participation and aging in community internationally and by Hamilton Council on Aging, Hamilton Third Age Learning, Hamilton Seniors Advisory Committee, Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre, Halton Seniors Advisory Committee, Na’amat Hamilton (Jewish Women’s Group), local churches, and various programs at McMaster University.
Blog by Ellen Ryan Why age? To grow in wisdom Why survive? To realize a purpose Why thrive? To create something [...]
Blog by Pastor Loretta Jaunzarins We’ve changed. Our Canadian culture has changed a lot in the past few years. Canadians seem to [...]
REVIEW OF CO-OWNERSHIP AND HOME SHARING – PART 2 THE LEGAL WRITTEN AGREEMENT by Judy Shepalo On September 18, 2019, I [...]
The Right Homes for Seniors Blog written by Judy Shepalo On September 12, 2019, panelists on The Agenda discussed the [...]
Guest Blog by Pat Spadafora I am excited about my upcoming conversation with representatives of faith communities at Grace Lutheran [...]
I am a walker, walking has trained me to notice. Noticing has connected me with nature. Paying attention has inspired creative writing [...]
Ellen Ryan In my research career, I identified the use of baby-talk with frail older adults (Elder Speak), perhaps intended to be [...]
Models of resilient aging focus on later life as a time of both losses and gains, a time of using lessons of long life to manage losses, a time to make the most of gains, a time of passing on lessons.