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Using Montessori Methods to Treat People with Dementia (excerpt)

Research has shown that the most difficult behaviours in dementia are those that arise because needs are left unmet. Using Montessori methods can help people with the disease lead happier, more productive lives, says Gail Elliot of the Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging at McMaster University read more
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Understanding Tennis Elbow and How to Treat It (excerpt)

A simple, home-based eccentric exercise can alleviate the symptoms of this condition read more
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ADNI Go Study Seeks Volunteers

The National Institute On Aging (NIA) is seeking individuals 55 to 90 who are experiencing early-stage mild cognitive impairment (MCI) for the study read more
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Why Exercise Interventions Struggle to Succeed (excerpt)

Although many physical activity programs benefit older adults, others suffer from three types of implementation problems read more
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Profile: Canada (excerpt)

This country provides access to universal, comprehensive medical coverage on the basis of need and not the ability to pay read more
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More Caregivers Needed Worldwide

Because of the shortage of potential caregivers and the high cost of formal care, alternatives are needed to maintain the independence of the oldest old. read more
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Report Addresses Older People with High Support Needs

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Study Looks at How Denmark Treats Older Workers

Denmark is considered to be a leading country in terms of providing learning opportunities for their workforce; however, ambivalence toward older workers and lifelong learning seems to be a key problem in the Danish workplace. read more
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Report: Working in Retirement is the New Normal

According to a new study, one in five workers aged 50 and older has fully retired from his or her former career job but is working for pay in a new role, which we define as a “retirement job.” read more
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Government Builds Bio-Healthy Parks for Older Adults in Spain (excerpt)

To stimulate seniors’ physical activity and improve quality of life, municipalities are constructing outdoor exercise facilities read more
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