York Region’s Walk for Alzheimer Society

The Alzheimer Society of York Region hosts a variety of events throughout the year that raise funds for ongoing and vital support for all of their important programs and services for seniors. Held at Briars Resort and Spa, the Walk for Alzheimer’s event this year was another wonderful success! Despite some damp weather, participants laced […]

Delmanor Glen Abbey Hosts the Burlington Welsh Ladies Chorus!

Delmanor Glen Abbey’s excellent recreation programming helps to enhance the lives of their residents.  Hosting various types of high-quality entertainment not only improves the well-being of their residents, but it encourages regular social contact with friends and neighbours. The Burlington Welsh Ladies Chorus was founded in early 2017 with nine members, following in the footsteps […]

The New Influencers: Why Boomers are changing foodservice

By Divakar Raju – Click here to read original article. While we tend to assume foodies are Instagramming Millennials, there are other important players leading the charge in the evolution of food culture. Boomers are huge influencers, and they lend their clout to different areas as they retire. According to StatCan, 5,000 Canadian Boomers are retiring […]

Honouring the Life of Istvan Anhalt on Yom HaShoah

Many Canadians observe Yom Hashoah, also known as Holocaust Remembrance Day, with various tributes, memorials and ceremonies. Delmanor Northtown observed this day with a history of music lecture presented by Dr. Robin Elliott who featured and celebrated the accomplishments of Istvan Anhalt.   This year marks the 100th anniversary of Istvan Anhalt’s birth in Hungary. As […]

St. Joseph’s Society On Emergency Care & Helpful Advice for Seniors & Caregivers

St. Joseph’s Society partnered with Delmanor Prince Edward for a Society luncheon educating industry professionals about Emergency Departments and Senior Care. With seniors being the fastest growing sub-group population in Ontario, along with a longer average life span of 81.4 years, education is key to minimize rapid cognitive decline, minimize care giver strain, and encourage […]

The Ontario Legislative Building Tea & Tour

Delmanor Elgin Mills residents traveled to Ontario’s Legislative Building where they enjoyed a delightful afternoon watching a live theatrical performance and a historical vignette of some of the province’s most celebrated figures. It was such a wonderful opportunity touring the building, seeing where parliament gathers, and since Parliament was not in session, residents were able […]

Delmanor Prince Edward at The University Of Toronto Planetarium!

Delmanor Residents and their friends traveled to the farthest reaches of space and time in a fascinating planetarium show presented by the Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics. The group explored the cosmos through sophisticated planetarium software and a live presentation by Dr. Ilana MacDonald, an astronomer in the University of Toronto’s 25-seat GeoDome Theater. […]

Delmanor Glen Abbey Residents Visit Ripley’s Aquarium

Canada is world renowned for its cultural diversity and welcoming of different types of people and their beliefs. Toronto is one of Canada’s most diverse cities with famous tourist attractions that draw visitors from all over the world. One of Toronto’s most popular attractions is Ripley’s Aquarium that opened in the fall of 2013. Located […]