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August 21, 2020

Verve Senior Living Expressions of Love

See some of the things our residents and teams have been up to during covid-19: Verve Senior Living • Expressions of Love

June 8, 2020

A Resident’s Love For Music

“Music is an international language which can provide excellent therapy for the body, soothe the troubled mind and uplift ones every soul”

May 12, 2020

Perspective

As we continue to venture through COVID-19, it’s sometimes hard to stay positive and keep our minds in check. After visiting with one of our

February 22, 2020

Stressed Thinking about Retirement? How to Look on the Bright Side of Life

How do you plan to spend the rest of your life? Does this question inspire you to pull out a pen and paper so you can begin plotting? Or does

January 6, 2020

Looking Ahead to 2020 with a 100-year perspective

What does one who is one hundred wish for in the year ahead? Isabelle McClellan is a smiling and easy-going lady who lives in an assisted living

October 15, 2019

The Life of an Independent Older Woman – No Regrets

How A Lover of Travel Lives Happy and Free in A Senior Living Residence Ever Wonder if You Should Move into a Senior Living Residence? Try as

August 23, 2019

Sharing is Caring

Seniors living communities are home to a dynamic group of wise residents with a wealth of life experience all in one place. Many homes have one

August 13, 2019

True Belongings

True Belongings don’t require us to change who we are. It requires us to be who we are. At Richmond Hill Retirement Residence, we deeply encourage

July 4, 2019

When Age is Just a Number

Hazelton Place Retirement Residence is proud to congratulate our resident, Lou Hollander, on completing his bachelor’s degree with Majors in

June 10, 2019

Dementia Care: How to Hold On to the One that You Love

Evelyn Collins appreciates the little things in life. The highlight of her day is that singular moment of joy when her husband Fred stops whatever