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.
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Research shows that seniors who set attainable goals for themselves and engage with their community stay well longer.
Clients at Parkland Riverview’s Canterbury Hall now have a new gathering place called the Harmony Café, thanks to Wellness Coach Jamie Bernard. The idea for the Café was born after Jamie participated in a Harmony 2.0 workshop in Halifax a few years ago. At the Harmony Café, clients, families, and staff can mingle as they
Parkland in the Valley Embassy Hall client Ruth Bailey recently finished writing My Recollections Regarding Cater and Nellie, a book chronicling her parents’ love story. Ruth started writing in May of last year after her sister Jean encouraged her to jot down what she could remember from that time period. What started as a few
Parkland at the Lakes clients Fran and Bill met almost two years ago on campus. Both avid bridge players, they connected instantly. “She’s quite an accomplished bridge player and I like to play as well, so we ended up playing practically every day”, says Bill of how the couple came to get to know each