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Demystifying Parkinson’s disease: early signs and progression

Affecting approximately 1% of the population aged over 65, and almost 10% of seniors above 80 years old, Parkinson’s disease can fairly be described as a significant medical condition, deserving our full attention. To help you better understand this disorder, here are a few aspects to help demystify Parkinson’s disease, from its early signs to…

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Managing pain in seniors through physiotherapy

Pain is a complex phenomenon, which is often difficult to describe. However, the fact remains that it represents a reality that must not be overlooked. With a significant prevalence among the elderly population, chronic pain constitutes a real social concern. In honor of World PT Day, let’s take a moment to discover how physiotherapy can…

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Parkinson’s disease: 7 tips to improve the quality of life for seniors

Parkinson’s is unfortunately one of the most common neurodegenerative diseases in the population, particularly among the elderly. Although such a diagnosis is always difficult to accept, we believe it is important to be properly informed to manage this challenging condition. Whether for yourself, or for an elderly relative living with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease,…

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Digital Literacy for Seniors: Exploring the Benefits and Challenges

In a world where technology is omnipresent daily, digital literacy for seniors is a key factor to be considered. With the aim to ensure social inclusion, digital education for seniors appears as an effective solution allowing the elderly population to stay involved in society, to maintain an active life, and to avoid the harmful effects…

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Intergenerational Solidarity: The Importance of Good Collaboration between the Youth and Seniors

It is said that unity is strength; and the subject of intergenerational solidarity is certainly no exception ! When younger and older people work together, many benefits can be observed on many different levels. Autonomy and health benefits for seniors, greater personal fulfillment, cross-age experience sharing, learning opportunities for young people, and even solutions to…

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Cost of living in a retirement home: what you need to know

As you approach retirement, perhaps you are considering the option of moving into a private retirement home that offers all the services you need? Or maybe an elderly parent is requiring special care, and you are looking for a perfect living environment, well adapted to his or her needs. In all cases, a very legitimate…

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Thumb Tremors in Seniors : causes and solutions

While it may be worrying at first sight, thumb tremor in seniors is actually not always a sign of a problem or pathology. In fact, there are many different types of tremors, all linked to different causes. Stressful situations, for example, can trigger an involuntary movement of the thumb for some people. In which cases,…

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