Monthly Archives: September 2015

  • julie entwistle, brenda power ahmad, entwistle power occupational therapy, ancaster, occupational therapist, older adults, seniors, senior citizens, mature adults, occupational therapist, barrier free design, create barrier free design

    This video from the team at Entwistle Power Occupational Therapy delves into the topic of creating barrier free design. What is barrier free design? It involves designing spaces, both public and private, to allow access for the greatest majority of people including older or mature adults, and senior citizens. Watch the video below to learn […]

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  • jerry lee lewis 2011, american singer, songwriter, musician, pianist, piano player, older, senior citizen, octogenarian

    Jerry Lee Lewis Part Three: Peace for the Last Man Standing 6 vintage songs – Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On, Great Balls of Fire, Sweet Little Sixteen, End of the Road, Will The Circle Be Unbroken, Pink Cadillac – from “The Killer”, rock and roll pianist and singer Jerry Lee Lewis. He became almost as […]

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  • jerry lee lewis 1977, american piano player, pianist, singer, songwriter, middle aged

    Jerry Lee Lewis Part Two:  Great Balls of Fire and Going Country 6 vintage songs – Great Balls of Fire, What’d I Say, Another Place, Another Time, Would You Take Another Chance On Me, Chantilly Lace, Middle Age Crazy – from “The Killer”, rock and roll pianist and singer Jerry Lee Lewis. He would become […]

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  • jerry lee lewis, 1950s, american musician, rock and roll hall of fame, singer

    5 vintage songs – New Orleans Boogie, Crazy Arms, Just A Little Talk With Jesus, Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On – from “The Killer”, rock and roll pianist and singer Jerry Lee Lewis. He would become almost as widely known for his riotous personal life (crime, violence, drinking, drugs, and 7 marriages) as his aggressive […]

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  • memorial service music, funeral memorial service music, celebration of life songs, celebrate life, memories of loved ones, baby boomer music, sam cooke, a change is gonna come

    Is there a song (or a few) that you’d want played at your own funeral memorial service or celebration of life gathering, for the people that are remembering and thinking of you after you’re gone? Baby boomer favourite Sam Cooke‘s song A Change is Gonna Come may be best known as a civil rights anthem. Is […]

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  • the twist, chubby checker, 60's, dance craze, baby boomers, seniors, baby boomer teenagers, 55 years

    2 videos – Chubby Checker on Dick Clark, and a montage of TV shows and movie clips including “the Beaver”, Mad Men cast, John Travolta/Uma Thurman, and many others “twisting” to the tune. Chubby Checker’s The Twist ended it’s first one-week run as the #1 Billboard Hot 100 hit 55 years ago today. Seniors and […]

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  • symptoms of a heart attack, heart attack symptoms, signs of a heart attack, are you having a heart attack, if you're having a heart attack, heart attack deaths, seniors

    Every 7 minutes, someone dies from a heart attack in Canada. Although the average age for heart attacks in 2010 was 71, heart attacks are not limited to seniors! This video describes some of the signs of a heart attack. Diabetics may not have typical heart attack symptoms at all! If in doubt, call 911.

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  • she's the one, singer songwriter, senior citizen, baby boomers, seniors, boomer music, rock music, rock band, rock singer, pop music, american, english pop song, bruce springsteen

    Who sings Someone Like You – and which version of the song – is best – now senior citizen Bruce Springsteen’s (his birthday today, born September 23, 1949), Robbie Williams, or one of the other 4 versions and artists here? Some song titles have such universal themes that more than one creative genius and musical […]

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  • the adventures of the black stallion, walter farley, the black stallion, richard ian cox, alec ramsay, henry daily, mickey rooney, man o'war, baby boomers, senior citizen, septuagenarian, seniors

    Q1. What other films were based on The Black Stallion children’s books by author Walter Farley? Q2. Who was the actor that starred as trainer Henry Daily in The Adventures of the Black Stallion? The Adventures of the Black Stallion was a joint television production between Canada, France, and New Zealand from 1990-1993, enjoyed by […]

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  • bill murray 2009, american actor, comedian, tiff festival 2009

    Baby boomer and new senior citizen Bill Murray was born September 21, 1950 in Evanston, Illinois and grew up in the Chicago area. Bill was the middle of 9 children in his Irish Catholic family; his sister Nancy is a nun and three of his brothers (Brian, Joel & John) are also actors. As a […]

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