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Dementia expert, Karen Tyrell, offers answers to www.carp.ca visitors for their situation-specific questions. Karen is a...
Welcome to the Fall Newsletter of Scarborough CARP! I hope that you had a cool, breezy and thoroughly wonderful summer and that you're energized and ready to embrace this busy season. I've slipped into the editor's seat with this edition of... read more »
A number of chapter members have asked about the possibility of regular meetings around specific interests, such as a Book Club, a Hiking Group and similar opportunities. Would you be interested in a Book Club that met on a monthly or... read more »
by Trudi Johnston We have an amazing opportunity for you to get involved and support your local community through Habitat for Humanity. Habitat is teaming up with seniors and youth to have a build in Scarborough in the Lawrence and... read more »
Healthy Living and Seniors Forum The Manitoba Progressive Conservative Caucus has extended an invitation to meet with CARP executives and membership to introduce themselves, and to engage in a discussion of issues relevant to the needs of... read more »
By Renate Crizzle This is a story that needs to be told to give hope to people who experience problems with the care provided in Retirement Homes and to encourage them to pursue their complaint until it has been resolved... read more »
CARP is joining the High Park team to celebrate Grandparents' Day and if you wear a hat you win a prize! Bring the whole family and join us for GRANDPARENTS’ DAY TEA on the patio of the Grenadier Restaurant in the centre of beautiful... read more »
The Education and Training Team at The 519 Church Street Community Centre presents: “Gen Silent” Documentary Screening at The 519 Church Street Community Centre On Saturday, September 7, 2014, The 519 Education and Training Team... read more »
Cruise Ship
With the growing popularity of cruise vacations, more and more Canadians want to ensure a problem-free voyage. While cruise ships are among the safest forms of transportation, Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada advises Canadians... read more »
Canadians love to travel, but they often forget to take measures to protect their health while abroad. The Government of Canada assists thousands of Canadian travellers because of illness, injury and other medical emergencies. Most of these... read more »
Shoppers Pharmacist
Many Canadians live with multiple chronic illnesses and their medicine cabinets may be filling up as a result. In fact, almost two thirds of those aged 65 and over take five or more prescription drugs from different drug classes. Managing... read more »
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