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Date updated: April 6, 2020

Canada Mortgage and Housing (CHMC ) during COVID-19

From Canada Mortgage and Housing- CHMC Our primary focus is the health and safety of our staff and ensuring the continuity of our operations. Here, you’ll find the latest information and resources related to our response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Click here to see how you may be able to access support and resources ,…

Frauds and Scams- 5 tips during COVID-19

5 Tips to protect yourself from COVID-19 Related Fraud and Scams. Never click on links or attachments in unsolicited or suspicious emails Never give out your personal or financial information by email, text or phone Note that financial institutions like your bank will never ask you to give personal, login or account information by text…

GROCERY SHOPPING ONLINE OR PHONE

April 1, 2020 – we have created a new page for all options for online and phone grocery shopping PLEASE CLICK HERe TO GO TO THAT PAGE APRIL 17, 2020 – WE ARE CREATING A MORE EXTENSIVE LIST – CLICK ON  LINKS TO  OBTAIN LISTS OF GROCERY STORES BY AREA/ REGION . THESE  STORES OFFER…

3 WAYS TO RESPOND WHEN SOMEONE WITH ALZHEIMER’S SAYS I WANT TO GO HOME

3 WAYS TO RESPOND WHEN SOMEONE WITH ALZHEIMER’S SAYS I WANT TO GO HOME This article is from Daily Caring- click here to go to the article on their website Hearing someone say “I want to go home” over and over again is something Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers often deal with. It’s especially frustrating to hear when they’re already home. But…

10 HELPFUL GIFTS: KITCHEN AIDS FOR SENIORS SAFELY INCREASE INDEPENDENCE

Make the kitchen safer for seniors Health conditions like arthritis, low vision, frailty, stroke, or dementia can make everyday tasks challenging for older adults. With heat, liquids, and knives, working in the kitchen can be especially dangerous. We found 10 simple kitchen aids for seniors that increase safety, prevent accidents, and help them stay independent longer. Being able to perform…

Seniors’ Advocate

COVID-19 UPDATE  The Office of the Seniors’ Advocate continues to closely monitor the current Public Health State of Emergency due to COVID-19. The Office of the Seniors’ Advocate is currently closed, however,  telephone messages and e-mails are checked remotely on a daily basis.  To speak with someone at OSA: Telephone: 709-729-6603 Toll-Free: 1-833-729-6603 Email: seniorsadvocate@seniorsadvocatenl.ca…

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