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IPTV: The Benefits of Modern Technology for Your Senior Residence

If you work in senior residence facilities, you know how important entertainment and communication are to residents. Having the right technology in place to support these needs is non-negotiable. In fact, recent research shows that, for 83% of senior living communities, technology amenities improve occupancy. Most importantly, as retirement homes invest in technology, resident engagement,…


Music for Seniors and Its Benefits

Music is an important part of our lives regardless of age or even language. Many people listen to music in the car or around the house. But did you know that listening to music can provide real physical and mental health benefits as you grow older? The benefits of music Improve overall health Listening to…


Top 3 Things Residents Want from Senior Homes

Senior homes have changed dramatically over the last decade. Many provide a luxurious or homely atmosphere, which is a far cry from the institutional rooms of old. A part of this change has been driven by what people want and need from senior homes. It’s no secret that what people expect from their living facility…


Best Practices for Memory Care in Senior Homes

The spectre of Alzheimer’s disease is real for the elderly. After a person crosses the age of 65, the risk of developing Alzheimer’s doubles every 5 years [1]. Roughly 800K people live with the disease in Canada currently [1]. Unfortunately, that number is expected to rise by 66% to 937K by 2031 [2]. Other countries…


Factors to Consider to Ensure Residents Are Aging Well

The world population is living longer. The life expectancy in different countries has increased steadily over the years, especially in developed countries. For instance, life expectancy in the USA and UK is roughly 79 and 80 respectively. The same figure for Canada is 82, according to World Bank data [1].  What does this mean for…

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Benefits of Creative Activities for Seniors

Advances in healthcare and technology have contributed to an increase in longevity all over the world. It is especially pronounced in industrialized nations. People are living longer and staying active throughout their life. Older adults are actively pursuing new activities and finding a sense of purpose in their later years. Living longer also begs the…


A Look Back at the Senior Housing Industry in 2019

Senior homes have come a long way over the past decade. They have transformed from places for nursing care to thriving communities for seniors. Public perception of senior living homes has also changed.  There was a time when the elderly were reluctant to move into a senior home. Now many people are making an active…


Bringing the Holiday Spirit into a Senior Home

The holiday season is a time for friends and family to celebrate together. But it can be challenging for seniors who live in a senior living or assisted living community. Your residents may feel that they are missing out on family festivities and fun parties. Besides, the cold weather can make it difficult for seniors…

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The Occupancy Reality in Canadian Senior Living Communities

Senior living is of growing concern to many countries, especially in North America and Europe. It’s not hard to see why. Countries such as the USA, UK, Canada, and Japan are witnessing a rapid increase in the senior population. As the population ages, there are bound to be concerns around living facilities and the need…

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How to Combat the Winter Blues Among Seniors

Winter is the season of festive cheer and holidays. While most people love the holiday season, winter also means lower temperatures, shorter days, and fewer social outings. After all, who wants to go out in the snow?  It’s not unusual for people to feel sad during the colder months. Lower energy levels, lethargy, and feeling…

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