The Estates are now open and we are welcoming new independent seniors into the Walden Heights community. We are also nearing the completion of the commissioning phase of Walden Heights Long Term Care and Long Term Care Secured neighbourhoods. As we go forward we will be continuing to work with our team, our families and Residents towards the goals we have set for ourselves regarding both our Residents and our staff. This upcoming year will prove to be exciting as we settle into our new building and with our new Residents and families.
Spring is coming and as we go forward with good weather we will start to open the courtyards for our Residents and their families to enjoy. We will place a notice on the doors when the courtyards are open.
Parkinson Society Canada is the national voice of Canadians living with Parkinson’s, a neurodegenerative disease. Through regional partners and 240 chapters and support groups, they provide education, support, and advocacy on behalf of over 100,000 Canadians living with Parkinson’s every day. Funding innovative research helps expand knowledge on prevention, diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson’s and will ultimately lead to a cure.
In partnership with regional societies and 240 chapters and support groups Parkinson Society Canada provides educational workshops, conferences, seminars, a toll-free National Information and Referral line, printed resources and supportive services both Canada’s official languages.
Advocacy initiatives are helping to change policy at all levels of government and are helping identify new voices to speak out on behalf of people living with Parkinson’s. Parkinson Society Canada played an active role within the Canadian Parkinson’s community to secure $15 million to fund a national epidemiological study of neurological conditions in Canada, including Parkinson’s disease, through the Neurological Health Charities Canada (NHCC).
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