Book Review – A Vision for the Aging Church; Renewing Ministry for and by Seniors

We’ve started a series of book reviews – all about books on aging! This month, Barrie McMaster reviews a book written for the aging church. Read the review here…

Book Review – Necessary Conversations: Between adult children and their aging parents

We’ve started a series of book reviews – all about books on aging! This month, Barrie McMaster reviews “Necessary Conversations.” If you have adult children, or an aging parent, this is an important read. Read the review here…

Book Review – Living Thoughtfully, Dying Well – Glen E. Miller, M.D.

We’ve started a series of book reviews – all about books on aging! This month, Barrie McMaster reviews a book on aging and dying. Read the review here…

Book Review – Reinventing Aging – Shirley Yoder Brubaker

We’ve started a series of book reviews – all about books on aging! This week, Barrie McMaster reviews a book on reinventing aging. Read the review here…

Book Review – Aging Matters; finding your calling for the rest of your life

We’ve started a series of book reviews – all about books on aging! This week, Barrie McMaster reviews Paul Steven’s book “Aging Matters”. Read the review here…

Teaching Tech to Seniors

In this fast-paced age of technology, it can be hard for a senior to keep up and feel connected… Menno Place is working to change that. Read more…

Jivin’ with Elvis

Elvis was here – and what a show it was! Click through to read about the groovy concert…

A Dementia Roadmap for Families – pt. 4

Known as the disease of a thousand goodbyes, dementia affects
about 1 in 7 Canadians over the age of 70 (alzheimers.org). While
different kinds of dementia vary in their initial presentation and rate
of progression, there are features of the dementia journey common
to all…

A Dementia Roadmap for Families – pt. 3

Known as the disease of a thousand goodbyes, dementia affects
about 1 in 7 Canadians over the age of 70 (alzheimers.org). While
different kinds of dementia vary in their initial presentation and rate
of progression, there are features of the dementia journey common
to all…

A Dementia Roadmap for Families – pt. 2

Known as the disease of a thousand goodbyes, dementia affects
about 1 in 7 Canadians over the age of 70 (alzheimers.org). While
different kinds of dementia vary in their initial presentation and rate
of progression, there are features of the dementia journey common
to all…