The Empowering Aging Canadians campaign aims to create an open dialogue about how embracing age can improve quality of life. 1 in 3 Canadians is over the age of 55, with 1 in 5 aged 65+, making this Canada’s largest population group.
AGE-WELL, Canada’s technology and aging network has brought bright minds together to deliver new technologies — to support older adults.
COVID-19 has led to diagnosis of patients with more advanced cancers. Targeted treatments will help Canada tackle this challenge.
Aging is inevitable, but getting older doesn’t have to be.
The simplest pill to age well is to be physically and mentally active and to maintain an optimal diet so as to keep your body healthy.
As a former Olympic champion skier and Canadian Senator, Nancy Greene Raine shares her best tips for a healthy aging lifestyle.
Canadians aged 65 and older have the highest rates of hospitalization due to accidental opioid poisoning.
Heart to Home Meals introduces a food delivery service with the lifestyle and nutritional needs of seniors in minds.
Modern technology like WiFi sensing help to invisibly maintain seniors’ freedom, and privacy while offering caregivers peace of mind.
C.A.R.P. is an association for older Canadians promoting equitable access to health care, financial security, and freedom from ageism.
Combating ageism, the way we think and act towards others based on age must be at the heart of a new narrative about growing older.