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The annual Walk for Alzheimer’s fundraiser supports more than 15,000 Atlantic Canadians living with the disease, as well as their families, friends and caregivers. Shannex is proud to sponsor this event for the 9th year in a row.
Dana Schiefer, Director of Culinary Services and his team of chefs are the thoughtful masterminds behind some of the most popular recipes at our Parkland Retirement Living campuses and Shannex nursing homes. Working out of our Culinary Centre in Halifax, he is also a passionate advocate for supporting local businesses. “We prefer to source fruits,
Our Orchard Court and Blomidon Court locations piloted and are now rolling out a program called Music Memories. Through this program, our recreation coordinators meet with our clients and/or family members to determine what music is meaningful to that particular client, either now or from their past. The goal is not just finding music that
Parkland Fredericton uses virtual reality to tackle and address many of the challenges of aging. Virtual reality can be prescribed to rehabilitate stroke patients, treat dementia and anxiety, and help those with mobility challenges have a much better quality of life.