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9 Fun Things To Do When Visiting Your Loved One in Assisted Living

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

9 Fun Things To Do When Visiting Your Loved One in Senior Assisted Living We understand that sometimes visiting an assisted living or complex care facility isn’t always easy. Planning something fun to do is a great way to brighten your loved one’s day and bring you closer together. If you’re looking for ideas, here […]

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Music & Memories: The positive impact music can have on seniors

Monday, July 8th, 2019

Music & Memories: The positive impact that music can have on seniors   For many people, music is enough to bring back fond memories and improve their mood. It’s such a powerful thing that studies have found that personalized music playlists can help alleviate symptoms of dementia and reduce the need for anti-anxiety and antipsychotic […]

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Planning Ahead: When is the right time to move to a retirement home?

Monday, July 1st, 2019

Planning Ahead: When is the right time to move to a retirement home? The decision to move to a retirement community is not one to be taken lightly. While some people don’t think about it until an event or diagnosis forces them to accept they can no longer live at home, this isn’t the best […]

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Langley Seniors Village Voted Top 3 Retirement Residences in the Langley Advance Times Readers Choice Awards

Friday, June 28th, 2019

Langley Seniors Village Voted Top 3 Retirement Residences in the Langley Advance Times Readers Choice Awards   Thank you for voting us as one of the Best Retirement Residences in Langley!

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Nanaimo Seniors Village Voted as one of the Top Retirement Communities

Tuesday, June 25th, 2019

Nanaimo Seniors Village Voted as one of the Top Retirement Communities Thank you for voting us as one of the Top Retirement Communities in Nanaimo!

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Our Seniors Stay Socially Connected By Participating in Clubs or Activities

Tuesday, June 25th, 2019

Our Seniors Stay Socially Connected By Participating in Clubs or Activities When moving to one of our retirement communities, you’ll be provided with plenty of opportunities for making new friends and developing new interests and hobbies. Without work, kids or a home to take care of, you’ll find yourself with more free time on your […]

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Tips for Visiting a Loved One Diagnosed with Dementia or Alzheimer’s

Tuesday, June 18th, 2019

Tips for Visiting a Loved One Diagnosed with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Caring for someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s can be challenging. You may not be sure of how or when to offer help or how to cope with behavioural changes and mood swings. The following tips can help you provide the best care possible and […]

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How our “campus-of-care” style helps retired couples grow old together

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

How our “campus-of-care” style helps retired couples grow old together Many retired couples aging together find themselves in a difficult and potentially heartbreaking predicament when they discover that they require different levels of care. While one spouse may be able to support the other for a time, there are cases where living apart may be […]

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Overcoming Social Isolation in Seniors

Wednesday, May 8th, 2019

Overcoming Social Isolation in Seniors Many Canadian seniors are socially isolated, meaning they have little contact with other people and few rewarding relationships. Seniors going through a life transition, like the death of a spouse or a change in their health, are more likely to be socially isolated, as are women and seniors who live […]

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What Kind of Gifts Should I Bring For a Nursing Home Visit?

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019

What Kind of Gifts Should I Bring For a Nursing Home Visit? It can be hard to know what to bring for a loved one who lives in a nursing home when you visit them. They might seem like they already have everything they need, or they might not have a lot of space to […]

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