You may recognize the art of Vancouver painter Gina Sarro.
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If ever the timing felt appropriate to support the Veteran's Food Bank in Calgary, Remembrance Day seems right.
More and more seniors are living alone, away from family, than ever before. What kinds of everyday tasks do they need help with? And what health benefits to they get from this help?
Balanced between the solace of the Pacific Spirit Park with its endless hiking trails through ancient cedars and the energetic youthful buzz of Vancouver’s University of British Columbia (UBC), Tapestry Retirement Community at Wesbrook Village is a unique and coveted residence for inspired seniors.
Classic LifeCare's Vancouver and Calgary branches waged a friendly competition to see who could collect more non-perishable food for their local food banks.
Proper nutrition plays an important role in how we age. According to one expert on geriatric nutrition, our diet makes the difference how we live and with and successfully manage chronic illnesses that are common in our later years.
Five years ago today Andrea Warren, Classic LifeCare’s Executive Leader, received the most precious gift of her life – a liver transplant.
Some names and situations have been changed in this story for privacy reasons.
When Edmar Mongaya arrived in Vancouver from the Philippines, he realized that he would have to do more than work hard to be a success in Canada.
"I was working in the fast food industry. It's actually higher than minimum wage, but nowhere near enough to afford an apartment in Vancouver, let alone build a life," Edmar said.
Classic LifeCare's Calgary office was buzzing with excitement as two groups of employees attended a first aid training by Nurse Jessica on Tuesday August 16.
In 2014, Classic LifeCare became Accredited with Commendation by Accreditation Canada.