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[Resource] Design your menu for mentally healthy living in the later years

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The COVID-19 pandemic, which greatly affected older people, created a prime opportunity to learn from them about their mentally healthy living strategies—including tips on the most effective strategies for managing anxiety. That was the goal of the RTOERO Foundation-funded project Mentally Healthy Living After Social Distancing—A Study of Older Canadians.

The Living Well Research Team, led by Dr. Gail Low, associate professor of nursing at the University of Alberta, surveyed 1,327 Canadians 60 years of age and older in July and August of 2022. This timing is important, as it was when public health restrictions were being lifted across the country.

The learnings are captured in a new booklet called Cooking up calmside by side with recipes for you to add to your menu for mentally healthy living in the later years.

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    Oct 11, 2023

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