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Fire and fall prevention program keeps seniors safe

The ‘Remembering When’ program was developed by the National Fire Protection Association

Warman Fire Rescue (WFR) is rolling out a program aimed at helping older adults avoid injuries from fires and falls. Continue reading “Fire and fall prevention program keeps seniors safe”

Langham Care Home transitions to community ownership

The Langham Care Home, formerly known as the Langham Senior Citizens Home as depicted in this 2016 file photo, is now owned and operated by a community-based, non-profit, charitable organization

The Langham Care Home has always been part of the community.
Now, it’s even more so.
On December 29, 2017, the 28-bed seniors’ home officially made the transition from a privately-owned facility to one owned and operated by a community-based, charitable, non-profit organization. Continue reading “Langham Care Home transitions to community ownership”

Roughrider Room opening signals start of care home expansion campaign

Roughriders defensive tackle Eddie Steele cuts the ribbon, flanked by (left to right) Darlene Daum, Beverly Dawson, Jodie Unruh and Cheryl Thiessen

It may not be as big as Mosaic Stadium, but residents, staff and board members of Dalmeny’s Spruce Manor Special Care Home are pretty proud of their new Roughriders’ home. Continue reading “Roughrider Room opening signals start of care home expansion campaign”

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