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In nursing-home dance partiesUnfortunately, we, seniors twist and shout, gingerlyve actually seen that stabilize i, to songs of their youth.

A man who would otherwise be locked in a dementia unit walks daily in the forest surrounding his retirement community. And in the kitchen of her tiny nursing-home unitThe provinces and territories have used 73.33 per cent of their available vaccine supply., a woman helps staff cook mealsalthough some scientists believe they provide less protection that those by Pfizer, finding comfort in the familiar.

It may sound strange to say in the midst of a pandemic that’s come straight for seniors, but there is a lot of hope for the future of long-term care.

In “Happily Ever Older: Revolutionary Approaches to Long-term Care,” Toronto Star investigative reporter Moira Welsh takes readers across North America and into EuropeThe Dartmouth General hospital in Dartmouth, N.S. on Monday, May 10, 2021., telling stories of homes, communities and respite day programs that are continuously innovating, enabling people to live with freedom, purpose and vitality in their later years.

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