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Jennifer Buchanan, an Accredited Music Therapist and President of the Canadian Association for Music Therapy, first became interested in music therapy after seeing the effect music had on her grandfather.
Alive Inside is a documentary that looks at music’s effect on people with dementia. The documentary, directed by Michael Rossato-Bennett, follows Dan Cohen, founding Executive Director of Music & Memory, as he gives iPods to people with dementia and watches them come to life as they connect with the music.
Vestibular problems affect many seniors and can increase the risk of falling. Luckily, most vestibular disorders are treatable.
Anja, a Health Care Worker at Classic LifeCare, was driving home after working with a client when she received a voicemail from Classic's education contest telling her she’d won an iPad mini.
By Allison Bain
At 98 years old, Thelma Ruck Keene has had what she calls “an interesting life.” She decided to share her story with others by writing her autobiography, titled The Handkerchief Drawer.
Maria has been working as a Health Care Worker at Classic LifeCare since 1997, but she still hasn’t stopped learning. Maria recently completed all twelve Classic Academy courses to help increase her skill set.
While Classic LifeCare celebrated its 40th anniversary this year, a number of Health Care Workers were recognized for their years of dedicated service.