Unitarian Commons has been working on a 20 unit, multi generational, Universal Design, co-housing community as part of a larger condo [...]
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Healing/meditation gardens; how design and plant placement can sooth a stressed mind, boost serotonin and provide a space for reflection. Blog post [...]
This is about workshops available for friends, family and caregivers who support the well-being of people living with dementia and their [...]
Now that Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) is legal in Canada there are new conversations happening in faith communities. On February [...]
I write entirely to find out what I’m thinking, what I’m looking at, what I see and what it means. ~ Joan [...]
Aged persons who are isolated, live alone, and lack economic stability and family or social supports are at great risk for becoming [...]
The Hamilton Public Library (with many local branches and online services) serves as a vital resource for lifelong learning for maturing adults. [...]
For many seniors with spare rooms in their homes, a common desire is to make better use of that empty space. With [...]
Oasis. A new senior driven model for social and health supports located within the buildings they live in, started in Kingston, now [...]
Growing up with anti-materialistic parents my sister and I never had a cluttered life. Moving often we were restricted in the amount [...]