We will miss you, Art

Art is a long-time senior participant of our LINKages program. For us here at LINKages, the mention of Art always evoked smiles, affection and just pure fondness for a man who wears his joy and contentment on his face.

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THANK YOU, Calgary

Our Intergenerational Secret Valentine’s project was a smashing success. We raised $1,222 in cash donations (goal was $1,200).

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150 Love Letters

We were recently overwhelmed with the show of love and affection for seniors from the great and wonderful students from Our Lady of the Assumption school in Bowness. 

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Thoughtful Gift

Recently, when the students from the St. Stephens school were unable to visit their senior friends due a flu outbreak at the care centre, LINKages staff brought yarn and ideas to the student to ‘knit’ a scarve for their senior. 

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The Story of Ken

The story of Ken began a couple of weeks ago when in the middle of the day, a gentleman entered our office and when I peeked my head around the corner to see who’s there, he had already ventured all the way up the stairs.

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I Remember When I Paint

Narrated by actress Olivia de Havilland, I Remember Better When I Paint is a groundbreaking documentary showing how the creative arts can enhance the quality of life for people with Alzheimer’s. 

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A Celebration of Transformation

We recently celebrated a year of successful transformation for LINKages Society at our Annual General Meeting. The celebration was attended by friends, partners and supporters who helped us with the transition of management and staff

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I Remember When I Paint

Narrated by actress Olivia de Havilland, I Remember Better When I Paint is a groundbreaking documentary showing how the creative arts can enhance the quality of life for people with Alzheimer’s.

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Tech Squad To The Rescue

After arriving at Murdoch Manner all of us began to set up things to begin our class. Before we had even finished putting on our aprons and name tags one of the seniors named Gary walked through the door and stood off to the side.

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