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Aging Well Videos

December 4, 2015 by HealthyFamilies BC

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Dave 

Aging well means keeping active doing what is meaningful to you. Meet Dave, 56. Dave is a third generation mariner who is aging well by doing what he loves - continuing to work as a commercial fisher. Dave thinks about his transportation needs and sneaks in his physical activity by biking to and from work. Find out more about how Dave and other British Columbians are planning to age well.


Connie 

Aging well means staying connected. Meet Connie, 57. Having spent over 15 years volunteering in search and rescue, aging well to Connie means continuing to give back, contributing to her community and knowing that her family is secure for the future. Find out more about how Connie and other British Columbians are planning to age well.


Tom

Aging well means something different to everyone. Meet Tom, 63. For Tom, aging well includes walking every day with his wife, playing hockey and socializing with his hockey team, and thinking about his housing needs so he and his wife can age in place as long as possible. Find out more about how Tom and other British Columbians are planning to age well.


Laurel

What does aging well mean for Laurel? Laurel, 51, is planning for healthy aging by focussing on her finances for retirement, spending time with her friends and family, eating well and keeping physically active. Find out more about how Laurel and other British Columbians are planning to age well.


Sam

Aging well means doing what you can to stay healthy and more. Meet Sam, 59. Sam is aging well by continuing to learn and to pass on skills to others, especially youth. Keeping healthy and active in lacrosse is important to him, as is his connection with his culture and time with his family. Find out more about how Sam and other British Columbians are planning to age well.


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  1. Activity & Lifestyles
  2. Aging Well
  3. Pregnancy & Parenting
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    2. Babies (0-12 months)
    3. Toddlers (12-36 months)
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