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Our Residents at Grandview Towers have embraced an adult colouring program and we are encouraged by the results. I think of Irene, she participates in our Residents of Seniors Supportive Housing...
The month of February, or the month of love, seems like a prime opportunity to talk about heart health.  There are several lifestyle factors that play a key role in maintaining a healthy heart. You...
In reflection of Alzheimer's Awareness month we recommend reading Feeding My Mother by Jann Arden. Genre Biography, Family Relationships, Health Synopsis Based on her hugely popular Facebook posts...
For years before her death at age 96, Nancy Lundebjerg's mother underwent a long, slow decline.Arthritis made it hard for Margaret Lundebjerg to get around. After two hip surgeries, she needed a...
With the holiday season upon us, many people look to set goals for the New Year. Often resolutions have a focus on nutrition and you commonly hear things like "eat less," "use smaller plates" or "...
Our newsletter celebrates the spirit of giving this holiday season. Our communities have been spreading Christmas cheer across British Columbia. Winter is a busy season - be sure to read our...
In 1982, the first year Evelyn Florendo volunteered to cook Christmas dinner for kids in custody at the Burnaby Youth Detention Centre, one girl in particular caught her attention. "She was only 15....
On December 15th at 1PM, a bus load of Elves flooded London Drugs at Market Crossing to do some shopping for seniors in need. Fifteen of our Shannon Oaks Residents chose to participate in London Drug...
More than half of Interior Health residential care home residents in Kelowna rate their overall quality of care as excellent or very good, while only 37 per cent of residents say they can bathe as...
On behalf of our Board of Directors and Baptist Housing Family I wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Howard Johnson | CEO

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