In this, part 2 of Stick-Handling through a Health Crisis, I negotiate my way through the doctor’s orders, discover how best to [...]
About Sarah AyerstThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Sarah Ayerst has created 49 blog entries.
When I decided to train as a PSW, I experienced the average training offered, and the entry level jobs on offer. I [...]
Recently I have been negotiating my way through surgery, tests, diagnosis and misdiagnoses; experiencing good, timely, negligent and disrespectful care. I have felt [...]
Doctors are advising patients with chronic pain, anxiety and insomnia to use cannabis with both THC and CBD, with specific doses that [...]
Co-ownership is essentially a form of intentional housing with the advantages of moving away from an isolated lifestyle toward a more community [...]
Learning new skills and tackling new fields of knowledge is not all that hard for older folks. We have a lot of [...]
When in 2017 hurricane Irma hit, John Knox Village opened its doors to become a safe haven for staff, spouses, family members, [...]
In Peterborough, Ontario, 33 full and associate members have committed to planning and building their own cohousing community. Building cohousing is different [...]
Can four older and unrelated adults legally cohabit as a family without blood or marriage ties? It likely depends on your local [...]
A summer course in literary gerontology brought students together with older adults to form an intergenerational reading circle. Blog post by [...]