I am in need of some hearing aids. My doctor says so, my wife says so, and so do my kids. My friends, well, maybe them to. What do I do to get some help? Financially that is. Welcome to the world of Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL). This wonderful program has been set up to assist Albertans with a long term disability, chronic illness or terminal illness in maintaining independence in their community through the provision of basic medical equipment and supplies to meet their clinically assess

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I think we can all agree…Healthy people reach out to others and try to develop and nurture close relationships with them, whether they’re family members or friends. And, although this may take some sacrifices on their part, it can be truly worth their effort. For seniors, especially, who sometimes feel “sidelined”, under-appreciated, or alone, the effects of bonding with others can be far reaching, even to their physical health.

Just as important are intergenerational re

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As you may have seen on the news, the weather this summer has provided conditions that create and spread fires in many areas. At the Seniors Outreach, these reports have sparked a conversation about senior’s and fire safety. Here are some helpful fire safety tips we would like to share.

Research has shown that if a fire breaks out in a building, senior citizens are twice as likely to perish in a fire as compared to the average young adult. The first step towards preventing this from happen

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Did you know…that as a senior in the region of Kneehill County, the non-profit, charitable society, Seniors Outreach, could play a real part in improving your life and situation? Here are some suggestions for the use of their services.

• Have someone (a Caring Visitor) come and visit you; in this way, providing companionship or a buddy for your favorite activity-- whether it’s shopping, playing games, reading together, or even going for walks.

• Have a Handyman/Handywoman

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