Healthy Seniors

5 Sep
2018

Become a Friendly Visitor to seniors at home

We are looking for more volunteers in our Friendly Visit volunteer program! Many older English-speaking seniors find themselves alone here in the Quebec City region, family members and friends having long since moved away. Some are limited by their physical abilities and cannot get out of the home easily. Some are fearful of falling during …

Become a Friendly Visitor to seniors at home Read More »

5 Sep
2018

September 26 CHEP Video-conference – Eating Well: Sugar and Salt – What’s New?

Dietitian, Dorothy Moffat will explore the topic of Eating Well: Sugar and Salt – What’s New? at the next Community Health Education Program video-conference to be held Wednesday, September 26 from 10 AM to noon in the Jeffery Hale Board Room (1270 ch. Ste-Foy). You will be able to ask your diet-related questions! This activity is …

September 26 CHEP Video-conference – Eating Well: Sugar and Salt – What’s New? Read More »

9 Aug
2018

What You Need to Know About Advance Medical Directives 

The Wellness Centre and Life Long Learning are partnering together with Éducaloi  to provide a community information session on the timely topic of Advance Medical Directives. This event will take place Wednesday, October 3 from 10 AM  to 11 AM  at  the Eastern Quebec Learning Centre. Advance medical directives let you mention ahead of time whether you …

What You Need to Know About Advance Medical Directives  Read More »

30 Jul
2018

Pillars of a Healthy Brain Community Video-conference – Sept. 18

Join us for a community videoconference session focused on the pillars of a healthy brain from the perspectives of attitude, activity and lifestyle. Dr. Tiffany Chow, Medical Director at the University of Southern California Alzheimer’s Therapeutic Research Institute will introduce strategies to maximize your cognitive reserve and motivate your participation in new activities. For people …

Pillars of a Healthy Brain Community Video-conference – Sept. 18 Read More »

9 Apr
2018

Reducing Social Isolation of Seniors

Social isolation affects more than 15% of the elderly population and has many impacts on physical, psychological and cognitive health. The Collectif aînés isolement social ville de Québec works to educate people about what each of us can do to reduce social isolation among seniors. Watch their touching video (with English subtitles) about the importance doing …

Reducing Social Isolation of Seniors Read More »